In a room, there is a glass milk bottle, then, put a piece of burning paper into it and cover the mouth with a boiled egg. Finally, the egg will suck into the bottle.
How can we explain it by using ideal gas law? (or other laws)
If we want to remove the egg from the bottle in experiment 1 by using the following method:
Use a new glass milk bottle, put a piece of burning paper into it, invert the previous egg contained bottle and connect its mouth to the new bottle's mouth.
Assume there is no gap between the mouths, can the egg go down to another bottle? How to explain it by using ideal gas law? (or other laws)
Another question is that, in exp.2, is the no. of gas molecules inside the bottle enough to push the egg out?