Water must reach 100° C before it will boil. Since hot water is closer to 100° C than cold water is, hot water will boil quicker than cold water goes once you have started to heat it.
Yes ice water does boil faster because if hot water freezes faster than ice water tan when you boil ice water than it will do the opposite than before. sincerely, Danielle
Water boils faster
No, it does not.
The salt in the water contains more heat than regular water, which helps the egg boil faster.
cold water freezes fasterHot freezes faster than cold.Cold water freezes faster.
Carbonated water boils faster than tap water or purified water.
Hot water runs faster than cold water because the molecules in hot water makes it go faster than cold water.
yes salt water does boil faster
Hot water boils faster than cold water because it is closer in temperature to the boiling point. The boiling point of water is 100oC. If we had hot water at 90oC and cold water at 20oC, then the hot one would reach the boiling point of 100oC faster, since it only has 10oC more to go adn less heat needs to be added.ummm... hot water and hot water boil at the same rate...
It does NOT boil faster than water. It has higher boiling point AND lower freezing point. - Antifreeze boils at about 197 c.
Prescence of impurities in salted water(salt)would raise its boiling point and it will boil after a long time(slower)than ordinary water
A small amount of water will reach it's boiling point sooner than a large amount of water. It will not boil faster.
yes it does
there are already bubbles in it
baking soda and water boils faster
Yes salt water does boil faster than fresh water. To be honest, if you put any kind of seasoning in a warming pot, it sparks a reaction.
The easy answer is room temperature water will boil faster. Unfortunately, it is never that easy. There are too many variables missing from this problem for a solution. The answer above is assuming that there are equal amounts of water and equal amount of heat is being added to each at the same rate. However, cold water will boil a lot faster than room temperature water, given the cold water is under a burner and the room temperature water is over a match.