Subject: Are vacuum flasks of varying sizes equally effective?
Date: Tue Jun 28 09:47:06 2005
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Having a discussion with a co-worker brought this question up. If you have a
flask designed to hold 8 ounces of water, with a specific vacuum wall
thickness, would a flask designed to hold a half ounce of water with the same
vaccuum wall thickness be just as effective in maintaining the water's temp?
Re: Are vacuum flasks of varying sizes equally effective?
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