Which is the boiling point of water?
Boiling point is a measure of the temperature at which water boils.
It is a general indication of the boiling points of two liquids.
Boiling points are generally expressed in degrees Celsius.
The boiling point is usually written in degrees C, or degrees Fahrenheit.
A boiling point in Celsius equals 0 °C.
For example, a 10-degree Celsius temperature difference is represented as 0.2 °C (0.8 °F) Celsius.
A temperature of 100 °C is equivalent to 1 °C temperature difference.
A water at room temperature is 1 °F (0 °C) above freezing, while a water at 70 °C or above is 0.5 °C above freezing.
Boiled water has a specific gravity of about 0.7 (equivalent to 1.5 x 10-6 kilograms per cubic centimeter).
Boiled hot water is a gas.
Boilwater has a temperature range of 0 °F to 260 °F.
The melting point of an object is its absolute temperature.
The temperature of an ice cube at room temperatures is about 590 °F, while at 110 °F it is about 1,200 °F and at 190 °F about 1.1 °F hotter than that.
Boiler temperatures are measured in Kelvin (K), which is about 100 degrees Celsius or 447 °F Fahrenheit.
Boilers are heated by an electric motor.
They are not designed to be boiled.
The boiler is a series of pipes or tubes connected to a generator and to a steam turbine.
They work by generating steam to heat the water.
A steam turbine creates electricity that heats the water and turns it into steam.
Steam power is used to run a generator to generate electricity.
The steam turbine uses a mixture of water and steam to boil water to produce electricity.
Boiles are used for cooling in many industrial applications.
The water is heated to temperatures between 80 and 160 °F by a steam-powered turbine, while the steam is heated by a turbine and cooled by a fan.
The cooling is not a significant part of the cooling process.
When water boils at room temperatures, it forms bubbles.
When the water cools, it cools slowly, creating a steam that can be cooled further.
Water can be heated to more than 100 °F at a time.
The higher the temperature of the water, the longer the bubbles can persist.
The bubbles will expand when they are heated and expand again when cooled.
The faster the water is cooled, the more it can expand and the more liquid it will become.
Boils at temperatures between 10 and 100 °K, the boiling time for water at lower temperatures, are called rapid-boiling.
Boilings at higher temperatures, the rapid-burning times are called hot-boiled.
Boills in the refrigerator can last longer than boiling water at higher temperature.
Boillers are used in industrial processes.
Water used for heating and cooling must be heated or cooled in a way that allows it to form bubbles.
The liquid must not be heated by air, so that the temperature gradient from hot to cold can be kept.
Heat must be added to the water to make the bubbles form.
Boilling water can be used to cool water to below the boiling temperature in commercial buildings.
The process can be complicated by the presence of an impurity such as chlorine.
In a typical commercial heating plant, an air-cooled boiler and a steam generator are attached to a water supply line.
When a hot, dry summer day hits the water supply, the steam generator is turned on and the boiler is heated.
The generator then cools the water by turning the water slowly at high speeds.
The electricity generated by the heat is used by the steam turbine to power the generator.
The heat and electricity are transferred to the steam to be used in the boiler.
After the boiler cools and cools again, the water returns to the boiling-point temperature.
This process is called steam-boilling.
Boilled water is used for the cooling of hot water in industrial boilers and cooling towers.
Boileers are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions.
They also cause problems with the ozone layer, a layer of ozone around the Earth that protects against ultraviolet radiation.