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At what temperature does water reach its boiling point?

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May 15, 2015 3:30AM

the boiling point for water is 100 degrees Celsius, 212 degrees Fahrenheit, and 373 Kelvin, but you must know that these temperatures are all at sea-level so if you go higher or lower than it will change.

100 degrees Celsius 212 degrees Fahrenheit

373 Kelvin the boiling temperature of what substance???

If you meant the boiling point of water, that would be 212 degrees on the Fahrenheit scale or 100 degrees on the Celsius scale -- both at sea level.

If you go to the top of Mt Everest, the air pressure is low that water boils at such low temperature, that it is almost impossible to cook food.

I have seen liquid nitrogen boil at regular room temperature. All liquids have different boiling points. And all boiling points get lower, the higher up you go.