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Word equation:

Water [at temp 0>100] + (thermal energy) => Water Vapour [at temp 100] + (thermal energy)

Symbol equation:

H20 (l) + (thermal energy) => H20 (g) + (thermal energy)

Thermal energy is placed in brackets because it is not a substance. This is a physical reaction so not chemical bonding has occurred due to there being only one type of molecule and only heat energy.

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Q: What is the equation for boiling water?
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