There are many types of alcohol, each with their own boiling points. Butyl, Ethyl, and Isopropyl are a few examples. Once you know what type of alcohol then the answer can easily be found.
Yes, rubbing alcohol boil.
if they are mixed together the water will boil off into steam before the alcohol as alcohol has a higher boiling point
yes,at room temperature by decreasing the pressure we can boil the water.
Perfume boil at his specific boiling point.
Honey doesn't boil.
Not with an open flame. Alcohol vapors are highly combustible
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Alcohol. Water boils at 100oc while alcohol boils at 50oc.
Ethyl alcohol boils at 172.4, methyl alcohol boils at 151.
Cadmium boil ad 767 0C.
Alcohol will boil at 85 degrees Celsius. Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius. These things always boil at the same temperature, and will continue to boil as long as liquid remains.
Yes, gas surely can boil. It can boil because it is a liquid. Most liquids can boil if heated to the its boiling temperature.
Alcohol has a lower boiling point than water. Naturally the alcohol evaporates leaving the flavanoids and the water. If you boil 100 % alcohol, then it would act like plain water. It will boil until it all evaporates.
rubbing alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, boils faster at 82.3 C.
The temperature is 60,3 oC.
sea water boil at 105 c
If heated to a high enough temperature yes, rock will boil.
Boil it like water
There are quite a few reasons why liquids boil. The most obvious reason why liquids boil is the warm temperature.
Place the container of water in a vacuum & it should start to boil at room temperature.
Maximum temperature of water is the boil temperature. But the boil temperature depends on atmospheric pressure and on salt content of the water. The more atmospheric pressure the more temperature. Boil temperature in mountain can be 60 centigrade. At normal (not high) land it usually 100 centigrade. But, as I said, temperature also depends on salt content (amount of salt) in the water. The more salt the less boil temperature. This way to take high grade boil when you cooking put the salt in to the water at the last moment of cooking.