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June 20th, 2016, 04:25 AM   #1
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how ac and refrigerator work?

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how ac and refrigerator work?
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June 20th, 2016, 02:40 PM   #2
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Another totally random question?

This goes back to the "gas law": PV= nRT where "P" is the gas pressure, "V" is the volume, n is the number of molecules, "R" is the "gas constant" and "T" is the temperature. After running the gas through in the back of the refrigerator or freezer, so that heat is radiated to the outside, we suddenly drop the pressure while keeping "V", "n", and "R" the same. "T", the temperature must also drop. We then run it through pipes along the interior to pick up heat from the interior.
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we suddenly drop the pressure while keeping "V", "n", and "R" the same. "T", the temperature must also drop. We then run it through pipes along the interior to pick up heat from the interior.
Which gas is it?
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There are many different gases that can be and are used but typically it is Freon.
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How the ac give cool air and how to fill this gas?
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June 21st, 2016, 10:41 PM   #6
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How the ac give cool air and how to fill this gas?
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Math Focus: tetration
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The simplest air conditioner units work in almost exactly this way, except they have fans on both sides to circulate air more rapidly.
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I thought it was the common behavior of Maxwell's Demon.
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