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Q & A: Boiling and Freezing points of pure and salty water ...

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For pure water, the boiling point is 100 degrees Celsius (212 Fahrenheit) at one ... points, since the solid occupies less space than the liquid for most substances. ... Either way you start out with plain water and salt at room temperature. ... the water is spending a little more time near boiling than it would if you add the salt fir...

Heat, Temperature, and Conduction | Chapter 2: States of Matter ...

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Why does the temperature of an object change when it is placed in hot water? ... In the activity, the washers and water will most likely be different temperatures. .... Then ask students how the motion of the atoms and molecules would change in ...

UNIT 6a TEST REVIEW

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At which point in time would most of the water be in the liquid phase? 1) 1 minute. 2) 14 minutes ... water, the temperature of the boiling water will. 1) decrease. 3) remain ... cross section shows the most likely pattern of air movement in Earth's ...

Mars' Recurring Slope Lineae Most Likely Caused by Boiling Water ...

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May 3, 2016 ... Mars' Recurring Slope Lineae Most Likely Caused by Boiling Water ... in Mars can cause water to boil easily even at low temperatures.

High Altitude Cooking and Food Safety - USDA Food Safety and ...

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although at 2,000 feet above sea level the boiling temperature of water is .... It will most likely take longer to hard cook eggs at high altitudes than at sea level.

Would it feel burning hot if your blood/saliva boiled in space without ...

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Mar 10, 2016 ... No, it wouldn't. It would probably feel something like eating Pop Rocks candy. ... In fact it would actually feel somewhat cool since the water expanding to ... It would most likely feel colder than the temp of the ether in the bottle ...

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Jul 15, 2015 ... Which best explains why the total mass of the product(s) would be less than the total weight of the .... It maintains a constant body temperature. B ... 21 What happens to water molecules during the boiling process? A ... 28 If a body of water has high turbidity levels, what can most likely be concluded? A.

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Jun 13, 2016 ... The temperature of the water is most likely greater than 20 degrees Celsius ... bottle in the vacuum of space, the water would instantly vaporize.

Does Adding Salt to Water Make It Boil Sooner? | Mental Floss

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Apr 18, 2016 ... In fact, adding salt does the very opposite of making water boil faster. .... A higher boiling temp would mean that the pasta is cooking at a higher .... on whatever you are cooking in it. most pro chefs pepper their water as well.

Phase Diagrams

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Melting, Freezing, and Boiling Points · Properties of Water ... Gases, on the other hand, are most likely to be found at high temperatures and low pressures.

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Q & A: Boiling Oil & Water | Department of Physics | University of ...

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Using the same amount of heat, cooking oil and water, which liquid will boil first? ... The reason that different liquids boil at different temperatures is because of the .... The parameter that we are concerned with would most likely be the vapour ...

tea - What is water temperature after electric kettle switches off ...

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At sea-level pure water will be 100C at a full boil, the temperature will ... if I poured the water in a thin stream from relatively high up, it would be down to ... what temperature water boils at where you live) it's likely very consistent. .... I'm fairly sure most electric kettles identify steam pressure in order to turn off...

flavor - Can food be boiled "extra fast/hard" in water? - Seasoned ...

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At higher pressures, water boils at higher temperatures and that is what ... In my experience, the most likely impact of a gentle boil vs. a furious rolling ..... The only way you would burn food while cooking it in boiling water, is if ...