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Boiling

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Boiling is the rapid vaporization of a liquid, which occurs when a liquid is heated to its boiling ... Boiling water is used as a method of making it potable by killing microbes that may be present....

Hydrogen Bonds and Boiling Point - Chemistry Department

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and the Boiling Point of Water ... At the temperature of the boiling point, the liquid turns into a gas. The molecules are not in contact each other in the gaseous ...

States of Matter - Boiling - Liquid, Particles, Water, and Energy ...

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The temperature at which this happens depends on what the substance is. This temperature, known as the boiling point, remains constant during the entire ...

Water in Space: What Happens? — Starts With A Bang! — Medium

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Jan 10, 2014 ... That's why the boiling temperature of water is higher inside a pressure ... What happens if you take boiling water and, on a very, very cold day, ...

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Feb 15, 2008 ... A beaker of green colored water boils at sea level when put into a vacuum ... This is what happens to your blood in space without a space suit.
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Oct 17, 2013 ... If the vacuum was sealed my guess is that the water would boil then would .... what happens to hot water in the chamber? would it then freeze ...

Particle Theory - changes of state

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Nov 13, 2000 ... Particle Theory. Topics covered. Melting. Evaporating. Boiling ... Evaporation happens from the surface of the liquid. ... of water where the amount of liquid obviously changes, to situations where the liquid is less obvious - such ...

Boiling water - Europhysics News

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higher boiling point than other light molecules. Indeed ... Now an interesting problem arises when we boil water in ... Do the experiment and see what happens. It.

Water in Space: What Happens? – Starts With A Bang - ScienceBlogs

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Jun 29, 2009 ... Well, we've done almost the same thing on Earth. What happens if you take boiling water and, on a very, very cold day, throw it up into the air?

Bizarre Boiling - NASA Science

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Sep 7, 2001 ... It's an important question because boiling happens not only in coffee ... Because a smaller volume of water is being heated, it comes to a boil ...

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Boiling - Chemwiki

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At the boiling point, the liquid begins its transition ... For example, when water reaches 100 degrees ...

Does water freeze or boil in space? — Starts With A Bang! — Medium

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Dec 10, 2014 ... If you brought liquid water into outer space, would it freeze or would it boil .... So that's what happens: first the water boils, and then the very fine ...

What makes water boil? - Quora

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Summary In short, * Water needs to be at a high enough temperature for its ... This is known as nucleate boiling, and is what happens when water boils in a kettle ...