|Nov8-07, 12:25 AM||#1|
Energy transfer from cool part to hot part(q38)
For this question:
the answer is c.
Can anybody kindly explain how this is achieve by refrigerator?
Because according for what I study so far , the energy is transfer from hot part to cool part...
|Nov8-07, 03:16 AM||#2|
Refrigerators remove heat from the inside of it and pump it to the outside of it, the inside is usually cooler, so when you put your leftovers in it, the fridge pumps the heat from the food out of the 'cool' part (the inside of it) and takes it to the outside of it (the warm part).
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