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    Question When we cook something on gas.

    When we cook something on gas, steam comes out. But when we turn off the gas, the steam increases. Why this happen?
    Last edited by Avi Aggarwal; 19-Aug-2010 at 09:02.

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    Re: When we cook something on gas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Avi Aggarwal View Post


    When we cook something on gas,
    the steam comes out. But when we turn off the gas, the steam increases. Why does this happens happen?


    I have amended your post. As far as an answer to your question is concerned, unfortunately I'm not a physics teacher!

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