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Q: What is the normal boiling point of iodine in degrees Celsius?
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What temperature in Celsius boil?

100 degrees Celsius is the boiling point of water under normal atmospheric conditions.

The normal boiling point of chloroform which has a higher vapor pressure than water at 100 degrees celsius is?

higher then the normal boiling point of water

What is the boiling point of iodine in kelvin degrees?

457.4 K. note iodine sublimes uunder normal conditions i.e. vaporises without melting

What zero degree as its freezing point and 100 degrees as its boiling point?

Zero freezing point and 100 degrees boiling point is on the Celsius Scale.

What is the normal boiling point of ethanol?

The boiling point of ethanol whose boiling point is 78.3 degrees Celsius at 760 mm Hg at 650 mm Hg is going to be 75 degrees Celsius. This calculation is done using the clausius-clapeyron equation.

What is the boiling of water in celisius an Fahrenheit?

At normal altitudes, pure water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit, 100 degrees Celsius.

What is 212 degrees Fahrenheit 100 degrees celsius and 373 K?

They are the boiling point of pure water at normal atmospheric pressure.

What is 100 degees in Celsius?

because it's really 212 degrees Fahrenheit. (:

Water evaporate at?

Depends on the pressure. The normal boiling point (at 1 ATM of pressure) is 100 degrees Celsius.

Is 100 degrees Celsius a water's boiling point?

No. The freezing point is 0.00 degrees Celsius. The Celsius scale's 100 degrees equals the boiling point of water at sea level. The Celsius scale has been replaced by the centigrade scale, but it is still common to say Celsius.

What temp will water boil in ceelsius?

The water boiling point in Celsius is 100 °C.

What has a temperature of 100 degrees?

In Fahrenheit, a person with a mild fever.In Celsius pure distilled water boiling at normal pressure.