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What is the boiling point of water?

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please i have a question about: what is the boiling point of water?, please answer it
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Water boils as 212 degrees F (or 100 drgrees C) at sea level. The higher elevation above sea level you are (or the lower the surrounding air pressure), the less temperature you need to reach boiling point. On the other hand, if you were to try to boil water below sea level ( or in a higher pressure system), then you need more temperature. One old example of this would be when someone uses a pressure cooker to can foods. By placing the food into the pressure cooker, a person can get the water inside the cooker higher than 212 degrees F without it boiling out (evaporating) and burning up the contents being canned.

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The normal boiling point of water is 99.97 degrees Celsius, which also equates to 212 degrees fahrenheit

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Unless its under vacume then it can boil at much less temps

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100 degree celcious

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100degee celcius

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212 degrees f

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