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BOILING POINT

The temperature at which the vapour pressure of a liquid equals the pressure of its surface. The liquid will then vaporize If the pressure of the liquid varies, the actual boiling point varies. For water the boiling point is 100 degrees Celsius.. There is an increase in the vapor pressure when the heat of a liquid rises, which stops when the vapor pressure matches the gas pressure above it. In normal circumstances, when the vapor pressure matches the atmosphere equals the standard boiling point of a liquid. Boiling Point: What effects it

  • When the boiling point is at the equilibrium
  • When the boiling point is lower than its standard level
  • When the boiling point is higher than its standard level