Asked in ChemistryCloudsTemperature
What is the temperature of a boiling kettle?
Asked in Sanitization and Germs, Home Appliances
Function of a kettle?
The function of the kettle is to increase the heat of water, by the use of a perfectly placed element, to 100 degrees Celsius(boiling point). This is the temperature where the water will start boiling, destroying all harmful germs. The emergence of the kettle has replaced the boiling of water by fire in most areas and sectors of the world.
Asked in Science
Which has higher temperature a cup of boiling water or a teapot of boiling water?
Asked in Home Electricity
How does a Crofton Electric Water Kettle work?
There is a heating element in the kettle. As the water boils, the inner temperature of the kettle rises. Once the boiling temperature is reached, a small thermostat is triggered which turns the kettle off, so as to not boil continually. This thermostat works optimally with the lid on the kettle fully closed, if the lid is not fully closed, it does not switch the kettle off as quickly.
Asked in Temperature
At what temperature does water reach its boiling point in a kettle?
Asked in Energy
What form of energy does the kettle have when water in it is boiling?
Asked in Definitions
A kettle whistles because the liquid inside of it is?
Asked in Tea
How is all of the water in a tea kettle can be the same temperature even if the kettle is heated only from the bottom?
Asked in Evaporation and Condensation
The body also loses heat by evaporation of sweat how is a tea kettle boiling on a stove similar to the evaporation to sweat from a body?
Asked in Chemistry
Which has a greater temperature an iceberg or a boiling pot?
Is water boiling in a kettle a chemical or physical change?
Asked in Chemistry, Temperature
When the kettle boils how hot is the steam in celsius?
What are the white particles floating in a kettle after boiling the water and are they harmfull?