The temperature of the water rises.
Water boils at that temperature.
the water boils at 100c. once it reaches that temperature, the watermolecules start to evaporate (steam)
The temperature at which it boils will get higher.
When water is boiling, the temperature remains constant, as the energy it is absorbing is being used to change the liquid water into water vapor.
Water boils at 373.15 K.
Altitude can affect the temperature at which water boils, because the pressure changes.
The temperature scale on which water boils at 212 degrees is the Fahrenheit scale.
Orange boils at the temperature of 212 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the same temperature that water boils at.
when water boils it evaporates,particles start to move faster
Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius. Or 212 degrees F
at normal atmospheric temperature (in plains) it boils at 100oC
0 C is 0 degrees Celsius. Pure water freezes at this temperature. 100 C is the temperature when pure water boils at sea level.
Ethanol, with a boiling point of 78 degrees C, boils at a lower temperature than water.
The teamperature does not change
At higher altitudes water boils at lower temperatures. At sea level water boils at 100 degrees C. At the top of a mountain, because of the decrease in atmospheric pressure, water boils at a lower temperature.
100oC or 373.15K
Water boils at 373K.
Water boils at 373.15K.
Fresh water under atmospheric pressure boils at 100 C or at 212 F
collect a sample of the liquid and boil it, see what temperature it boils at, is it boils at 100 degrees then it is water.