No! Technically, it can turn to steam, but the water itself can not become hotter than its boiling point.
The above is true. But ...
Remember that the boiling point of a liquid is the temperature at which the saturated vapour pressure is equal to the applied pressure. Increase the pressure and the boiling point will rise. If the questioner meant the boiling point at normal atomospheric presure then you could make it boil at a higher temperature by heating it in a pressure vessel with a release valve, such as in an old-fashioned presure cooker.
Of course. It will start to evaporate quickly but it can.
the above is nonsense. the maximum temperature of water is 100 celsius but not more than that. the energy is used to break the connection between the water molecules, in other words, evaporate and boil.
Technically no, because it just mushes into steam, i think.
No, or not at least at normal atmospheric pressure. Though you can get it hotter in say a pressure cooker. Great question!
Water, while in its liquid form, will not typically get hotter than its boiling point. Then, it turns into steam.
they are both equally hot, but the5 gallons of boiling water has more energy. If I had a choice of "boiling water torture" technique that would be used on me, I'd take the "5 drops" option. Still 100 degrees centigrade, but much less heat energy.
The difference is because the movement while evaporating something is that the particles get colder and move faster while boiling gets hotter and hotter and can go back to being normal water.
Hot oil is hotter than steam. When the water hits the oil, steam is created instantaneously at the oil-water interface. The steam expands violently, creating the apparent explosion.
Saliva? Not very much, it contains very, very little except water.
Boiling oil because it boils at a higher temperature
because steam is boiling water is hot it turns into a gas therefore you get steam
Because steam is hotter than boiling water.
The boiling point of water is 100 degrees celsius. The water will evaporate at boiling point. By the way what do you mean "what happens to the temperature of boiling water" if you think about it, it does not make sense.
no.. Syrups are more viscous so require higher temprature to boil
Steam. Liquids turn to solids when they reach a temperature, so steam has to be hotter than boiling water.
Because that's the boiling point.
10000 times hotter! That is your answer.
It's hotter than boiling water. The boiling point of water is 374.15 Kelvin. So with this temperature you could melt Zinc, Selenium, Potassium, Phosphorus and Cadmium.
Black car gets hotter than the silver car?