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2015-03-04T15:36:23+05:30

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Yes and it is due to the TRANSFER OF ENERGY FROM  surroundings TO BOTTLE
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2015-03-04T16:17:40+05:30

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We get water droplets on the surface of a soft drink bottle kept in open air.
It is because the water vapour in the surrounding air, lose their energy when come in contact with the bottle surface and condense into water droplets.
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