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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.

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12y ago

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.

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Technically no, because it just mushes into steam, i think.

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11y ago

No, or not at least at normal atmospheric pressure. Though you can get it hotter in say a pressure cooker. Great question!

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13y ago

Water, while in its liquid form, will not typically get hotter than its boiling point. Then, it turns into steam.

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