Why Does Water Have a High Boiling Point?

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Water has very high boiling point because in its liquid form, the molecules are closely packed together with several random movements possible as molecules slide past each other. As the liquid is heated, the temperature also increases.
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212 degrees is waters boiling point. Interesting fact 211 degrees water doesn't boil, 212 degrees water boils and when water boils there is steam and steam can power a locomotive.
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At higher altitudes the atmospheric pressure is less when compared to that of plains. The lower atmospheric pressure results in lower boiling point of water at high altitudes.
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There is considerable hydrogen bonding in liquid water resulting in high
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