why do icebox have double wall?
Asked by anitads2003 | 6th Jun, 2019, 01:20: PM
The icebox have double walls to provide complete insulation and reduce the rate of transfer of heat. The vaccum between the two walls act as an insulator and prevent the transfer of heat.
Answered by Utkarsh Lokhande | 6th Jun, 2019, 03:26: PM
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