Superheated water is liquid water under pressure at temperatures between the
usual boiling point, 100 °C (212 °F) and the critical temperature, 374 °C (705 °F).
I believe (without any documentation) that boiling water will never exceed the
boiling temperature of roughly 212° F. Is that really true?
Water will boil at high altitudes, but it isn't as hot as boiling water at sea level. This
is because the air pressure is lower at high elevations. Boiling occurs when ...
Sep 14, 2015 ... This was the question in our quiz that the fewest people answered correctly: 26%
said they thought water would boil at a higher temperature in ...
Aug 15, 2014 ... I'm interested in the more fundamental reason as to why water boils at the
temperature that it does (why a boiling solution doesn't exceed its ...
Investigation: Take a cup of boiling water and measure its initial temperature.
Then record the temperature of the water each minute for thirty minutes. Graph
Add cold tap water. Hot tap water can pick up lead from your water pipes, and is
not recommended for drinking or cooking. Start with cold tap water instead.
Aug 13, 2010 ... But what kind of things can effect this temperature, and what's it all mean for ...
This graph charts the boiling temperature of water as you go into ...
What is the boiling temperature of cooking oil? Using the same amount of heat,
cooking oil and water, which liquid will boil first? Why is one liquid boiled before ...
Mar 22, 2016 ... Water always boils at 100˚C, right? Wrong! Though it's one of the basic facts you
probably learnt pretty early on back in school science lessons, ...