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Does a cup of water boil at a different temperature than a large soup pot of water. Explain


Question asked by: appuswathi

Asked on: 31 May 2010

No they should boil at the same temperature as far as I know.

Water always boils at 100 degrees at normal conditions and so I have never heard of it boiling at different temperatures depending on the amount just in terms of the location it boils at different temperatures.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 02 Jun 2010
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