sevoflurane would probably be administered by mask in both cases, no?
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So Ice cube has more Capacity to absorb Heat than a Steel cube, yes?Effectively, yes. Technically the "latent heat of fusion" isn't considered "heat capacity," but that's really a semantic thing. The water ice is able to "accept" more thermal energy than the steel.
Also normal refrigeration won't super cool a Steel Cube more (vs) an Ice cube, Right?Correct. One could cool the steel to arbitrarily low temperatures with more specialized refrigeration (or cryogens), but you could do the same for ice, and get almost the same benefit.
Agree with broken teeth risks...
Imagine being totally Drunked & swallowing one of it..
I think you (we) need to establish more firmly what definition or notion of the cosmological principle you are using before I (we) can discuss many specific details.
Your understanding of molecular bonds is wrong. The Nuclei of the atoms are not involved at all.
The only thing that may cast doubt is I have a special industrial container designed to prevent the escape of hazardous gases
if the temperature varies between 20 °C and 30 °C, water's vapor pressure only changes by about 10–10 atmospheres (0.000000001% reduction in pressure inside).You might want to check that.