How thermos flask prevents heat loss by?

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A glass thermos 'bottle' is constructed as a bottle-within-a-bottle and there is a slight vacuum between the bottles, since heat can't travel within a vacuum it will keep the contents hot/cold for a long time. In addition, they usually have a mirror coating on the outside to reflect hot/cold from the environment. The cap usually is hollow with an insulating material like cork or poly-foam. more
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