Asked in ScienceChemistry
What happens when you boil Nestle pure life water?
Asked in Health, Chemistry, Lakes and Rivers
Is nestle pure life a legit water?
What are some specific heat examples of everyday life examples?
Asked in Chemistry
How would a lower boiling point of water affect life on earth?
Asked in Environmental Issues, Waste and Recycling
How much plastic is in a Nestle pure life plastic water bottle?
Mission statement of Nestle?
Asked in Marine Biology
What happens when water temperature drops in the river?
Asked in Car Batteries
What happens if Spring water is added to a car battery?
Asked in Chemistry, Science
Do all liquids need to be hot to boil?
Various liquids boil at various temperatures, and "hot" is relative. Liquid nitrogen boils at -195.8º C, which seems pretty cold until you consider that liquid helium boils at around -268.9º C, depending on what isotope we're talking about, which makes -195° seems almost summery. Water happens to boil at 100º C, which is a very good thing for us, because the range between 0 and 100º C happens to be the same as that of most of the chemical reactions necessary to support our variety of life. Freon 22, a common refrigerant, boils at -40.8 C, and so it goes.
Asked in Geography, Water Cycle
What happens when harmful pollutants get into the water cycle?
Asked in Science
What happens during each stage of a plants life cycle?
Asked in Virtual Villagers
How do you boil the water on virtual villagers the tree of life?
You have to go to the rock near the bridge connecting to the reasearch lab, drop an adult villager on it and if the fire is on the villager brings it to the fire and you have to wait a while for it to warm up and once the top of the rock is red and its under a towel you put an adult villager on it and you need water in the pot for the rock to boil the water and you only have a certain amount of time before the boiling water dies out.
Asked in Biology, Snow and Ice, Earth Sciences
What is the highest temperature that life can exist in on earth?
Bacteria are known to exist at temperatures of more than 600 degrees in the ocean depths, clustering around volcanic vents in the ocean floor. However, there is one thing to consider: at the depths where the bacteria are found, , the pressure is so high that water does not boil. Thus, the cellular structure of the bacteria goes undamaged. At pressures where water can boil, placing living cells into it will cause the water inside the cell membrane to boil, and will rupture the membrane and kill the cells.