chemistry

What Causes the cap to pop off a bottle of orange juice?

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  1. I don't get this question. Are there more details???

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  2. Your OJ must b going bad;) your welcome

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  3. Expansion joints are devices that are used to allow the heat-induced expansion and reduction that takes place during various states of weather. They're used to make it easier for a structure, such as a bridge, to expand and contract slightly without altering the overall structure.

    Bridge expansion joints are designed to allow for continuous traffic between structures accommodating movement, shrinkage, temperature variations on reinforced and prestressed concrete, composite and steel structures.

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  4. When a bottle is taken out of a fridge, the bottle and the cap of the orange juice warms up. The kinetic energy of the air particles increases, causing them to move faster and push harder on the cap of the bottle. Eventually the pressure created by the increased kinetic energy of the air particles will pop the cap right off the bottle.

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  5. A thermometer contains alcohol, which expands when it gets warm and contracts when it gets cool. The height of the alcohol column indicates the temperature around the thermometer. As the alcohol cools down, the kinetic energy of the alcohol particles declines. when the alcohol particles move less, they move closer together, and the alcohol contracts. When the alcohol contracts, it takes up less space inside the thermometer. the level in the stem goes down. When the thermometer ks moved to a warm temperature, the alcohol in the bulb heats up. The kinetic energy pf the alcohol particles increases, and the volume of alcohol expands.

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