Boiling Point #2 – Differing Volumes

  1. At what temperature does water boil?                                                                                                                                   100 degrees celsius  at sea level and it gets lower the higher altitude you get   like at the highest point of the world mount Everest it boils at 70 degrees celsius
  2. What effect, if any, does the amount of water in the beaker have on the boiling temperature of water? (Look at the class Google doc where everyone has entered their data to help with this question)                          No because some people had 300 ml water and some people had 100 ml water and the boiling point for both was at 99.2 degrees celsius                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          3.Does the temperature of the boiling water increase, decrease, or remain the same after the water has boiled for two minutes? If there was a change, why do you think so?                                                                          It will stay the same because it is boiling but then over time it will go down because the energy is gone

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