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Boiling water with ice

Boiling water with ice

Is it possible to boil water below its boiling point of 100°C?




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The boiling point of clear water at a pressure of 101,325 Pa is 100 °C., standards atmospheric pressure: 1 atm, add a few boiling chips, humid air, lowering steam pressure, headspace, water, lower atmospheric pressure

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