Asked by Venkat phy lect | 18th Nov, 2013, 08:09: PM
No. The refrigerator is a heat exchanger. The heat inside the refrigerator is absorbed by the Freon and pumped to the back of the refrigerator. We can feel warmth at the back side of the refrigerator. A refrigerator does not generate enough power to keep a large space cool for any amount of time.
It can only keep cool the contained space that it was designed to cool.
So, when a refrigerator is operated in a closed room with its doors open, it cannot cool the air inside the room.
Answered by Faiza Lambe | 18th Nov, 2013, 08:25: PM
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