What liquid has a boiling point of 94 degree celsius?
The closest one I could find is 3-ethylpentane which has a boiling point of 93.5 degrees celsius.
This is called the boiling point. The exact temperature depends on what the liquid is. Each liquid has its own boiling point. For example, for water the boiling point is 100 degrees Celsius. The boiling point of ammonia is -33.34 degrees Celsius. The boiling point of bromine is 58.8 degrees Celsius. If you're looking for the temperature at which a specific liquid changes to a gas, ask a new question specifically about that liquid.
Water vapour doesn't boil, but liquid water's boiling point is 100 degrees C, or 212 degrees F. boiling point is that point at which the vapour pressure of a liquid become equal to the atmospheric pressure at a particular temperature. for example boiling point of water is 100 degree Celsius that is at this temperature vapour pressure of water is equal to the atmospheric pressure so there is no boiling point of water vapour since…
the maximum freezing point of water is -18 degree Celsius, though others may consider that the maximum freezing point is 0 degree Celsius, the 2 answer are being considered correctly, however the maximum boiling point of water is really 100 degree Celsius and that is the only answer in a boiling point