What Temperature Does Water Boil at?

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Water will come to a boil at 212 degrees Fahrenheit or 100 degrees Celsius. At higher altitudes, water will boil at lower temperatures.
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Water will start to boil at 100 Celsius or 212 Fahrenheit that is at sea level. It boils at lower temperatures the higher the elevation.
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Water boils at 100 degrees Celcius. Or 212 degrees F.
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1. Find the barometric pressure for the location where you will be boiling water. Barometric pressure depends on the altitude, but it also fluctuates with atmospheric conditions.
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water boils when the rate of water leaving the surface of the water is greater than the rate of water reentering from the vapor cloud above the water. When you add stuff to water,
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