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Answered 2010-04-19 16:22:43

Water starts to boil in a pan on the stove at 70 to 75 degrees

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40 degrees, 50 degrees or 70 degrees according to the temperature selected.


The boiling point of water drops as altitude increases (pressure decreases). The temperature required to boil water at the top of Everest would be about 70 degrees celsius


It gets demagnetized at about 170 degrees Fahrenheit, or 70 90 degrees Celsius.


In what body of water does 35 N and 70 W lie?


Water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit


after water is at 212 degrees Celsius it reaches the boiling point of the water.


the ph of that water would be a 7.0


salt water with water from 70 to 80 degrees


Water boils at 100 oC at 1atm.


The water becomes 100 degrees and is warm to the touch.



Yes and it is below 70 degrees


The water bubbles up and boils at 100 degrees and hotter, and water might evaporate at 90 degrees


If you are talking about water particles, then they turn into a gas which evaporation occurs at around 70 degrees. This is the step before condensation which is when water particles after they have turned into a gas, collect on the surface of an object.


Nothing. It is a liquid. Water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius, and boils at 100 degrees Celsius.




well i prefer 70 degrees Fahrenheit (which is also 20 degrees Celsius.)


well yes if you are outside but if it is water it is coldish warm 30 degrees is scorcher for the outdoors


Water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius


70 degrees Celsius = 158 degrees Fahrenheit


70 degrees Fahrenheit is 21.11 degrees Celsius.


70 degrees Fahrenheit = 21.11 degrees Centigrade.


70 degrees Celsius = 158 degrees Fahrenheit.



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