Steam Vacuum Experiment
Edited by David Collins, Eng, Doug Collins
In today's project we will show you how to do make a steam vacuum.
- 10Since the steam takes up a larger volume of space when it's hot, there is a vacuum created inside the glass bottle once the steam condenses into a denser gas form (when it starts to cool down). This experiment could be done with larger bottles, which would yield a larger vacuum suction force. If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the section below!If you are wondering why we added ice cubes to cool down our water in the container, it's because we want the steam inside the bottle to cool down and condense at the fastest rate.Advertisement
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