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Course: PHY 009B, Fall 2007
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9B-A Assignment Physics #8 Cole [Q18.5] Keeping the liquid under a higher pressure raises the boiling temperature. You don't want the cooling liquid in the car to turn to a gas. This would interrupt the flow of coolant. If, however, the pressure becomes to great it could damage the radiator, hoses or crack the engine block so a pressure release valve must be used. [Q18.14] The statement is incorrect. When two...

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