Changes of state

Boiling point

The boiling point is the temperature at which a liquid converts to vapour or gas at a particular local pressure. The boiling point is usually stated at the standardised atmospheric pressure,

101.325 kPa. The boiling point of water at this pressure is 100° C. The boiling point of all liquids is heavily dependent upon pressure.

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