The boiling point is different for each material.
The boiling point is the temperature at which a substance boils. Different substances have different boiling points. The boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius. You have to have an accurate thermometer to measure boiling point.
The boiling point of every substance is different. For water, the boiling point is 212 F.
is this question right framed? Is it like " What is the boiling point of methanol at different pressure?" How anybody can understand that Boiling point temperature at different temperatures.
boiling point is always lower.
yes!!!! every liquid is different for then it has a difference in the boiling and melting point.
Different glues have different boiling points
different substances have different boiling points, a main reference to boiling points is the boiling point of water (H2O) which is 100 degrees Celsius
The boiling point is the point at which a substance changes from a liquid to gaseous state. Different substances have different boiling points, and boiling points can vary depending upon atomopheric pressure.
It depends on the metal. Different metals have different boiling points.
Boiling and melting points are very different.
yes. each substance has a differant melting and boiling point.
They raise the boiling point by different amounts - depending on the substance and on the concentration of the solution.
Boiling point. Different liquids have different boiling points.
Measuring the temperature of the boiling point at different pressures.
No, boiling point is not affected by volume. What will change is the amount of energy you need to put in to get it to boiling point.
as the evaporation occurs under the atmospheric pressure that is492degr and the boiling point occurs above the atmospheric pressure different liquids have different boiling points just the boiling point of water is 100deg c
Different places have different elevation, and different elevations have different air pressure. It is the ambient air pressure which affects the boiling point of water. Air presses down on water, making it harder for the water to form bubbles. Less pressure produces a lower boiling point. More pressure produces a higher boiling point.
this question doesnt make sense! but anyway te boiling point is diferent for different chemicals
Different substances have different boiling points.
The boiling point of alcohol can vary since there are different types of alcohol. For grain alcohol, the boiling point is 173.1 degrees (F).
The Boiling Point is the point at which a substance at liquid state boils. The temperature that the liquid has to reach to be at Boiling Point (B.P) ranges, it is different for each liquid. The B.P for water is 100 degrees Celsius.
The boiling point of the solution is higher.
Boiling point is the temperature point at which a liquid becomes a gas while melting point is the point at which a solid becomes a liquid.