How does response object in spring gets linked to the application that made the request

Hi,
I was making a spring web application. Where there are lot of handlers for GET request etc.
One thing came to my mind -
Suppose I make a GET request from my chrome browser from a particular tab.
And then in the response i add some values which gets back to this same chrome tab and machine.
How exactly does that happen.
How does a response object gets linked to a particular tab in a chrome broswer.

Also is it possible to send a response object without receiving a request object from spring to a particular machine and application.
I guess it should not be possible... But what makes it impossible.
Thanks
Rohit BajajAsked:
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girionisCommented:
Each request/response happens over the same connection. So if you send a request from a tab, this means that you open a connection from this tab and therefore the response will come to this tab.
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