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A kettle, sometimes called a tea kettle or teakettle, is a type of pot, typically metal, specialized ... Travellers used the kettles to boil fresh water to make it suitable for drinking. The word ke...

How do electric kettles work? - Explain that Stuff

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Apr 3, 2016 ... This is a neater design, but it does make for a much noisier kettle. ... An electric kettle can boil water in just a couple of minutes because it can ...

What makes water boil? - Quora

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There are two requirements to boil water, in, for example, a kettle or a pan: Enough ... At what temperature does water boil in Marin County, CA? Why does ...

What is the difference between boiling water in a pot versus a kettle ...

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Boiling water in a kettle goes faster than in an uncovered pot, because less heat is lost to the ... Why do kettles boil water that's too hot for drinking straight away?

Finally, We Know Why and How Tea Kettles Whistle - Tested

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Oct 28, 2013 ... But how does that produce the all-too-familiar whistling noise? ... Just as water begins to boil, the kettle produces another sound, which is ...

Forget your stove-top kettle—go electric. - Slate

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Nov 8, 2005 ... Of course, if it can boil water faster than other kettles, that's a plus. .... a watched pot never boils, but a watched electric kettle does in less than ...

The Best Way to Boil Water: Nitty-Gritty - Stanford Magazine - Article

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Is it better to use the microwave, an electric kettle, a gas stove or an electric stove ? ... Most city water does not have sufficient amounts of nitrates to cause health ...

Which is more energy efficient - boiling water using an electric kettle ...

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A kettle heats itself as well as the water in it, and some of that heat is ... I have also measured the gas used to boil a pan of water on my gas hob. ... The electrics don't get very warm, nor does the case, there is little light or noise emitted so is the ...

45 Seconds Is All This Kettle Needs To Boil Water - Gizmodo

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Aug 12, 2013 ... And since the kettle produces piping hot water in less than a minute, it also ... but in this instance it may be worth it for a pot that actually does boil when you ... An electric kettle boiling water faster than a microwave is basically ...

Electric Kettles: Should You Buy One? | The Kitchn

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May 12, 2011 ... There seem to be two camps when it comes to electric kettles: those who ... longer or creates that much more heat to boil water on the stove.

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Assuming your kettle causes the water to boil (rapid escape of gas/bubbling) and ... It does not heat to a specific temperature independent of ...

How do electric kettles work? | Reference.com

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Electric kettles work through a shielded heating element, activated when the kettle is plugged into an outlet. ... the water reaches a specific temperature, boiling water faster than stove-top tea kettles. ... How does the cordless kettle base work?

Ask Pablo: Electric Kettle, Stove, or Microwave Oven? : TreeHugger

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Nov 23, 2009 ... Dear Pablo, For boiling water what is the most efficient, an electric .... The microwave does it in exactly 180 seconds (90 seconds per cup).