Heat goes up
molecules are dense in water, heat can be gather faster for melting than while in the air.
It is able to heat the water quickly so that it is ready on demand. The copper plate underneath helps to heat up this water.
Heat is applied to water, water evaporates into steam which is condensed into high pressures and used to turn turbines whose movement in turn generates electricity.
Heat is applied to water to raise the Kinetic energy of the individual molecules so that they eventually break away from the surface of the liquid state in ever increasing numbers.
The bottom of the pans are reacting to the heat and oxygen in the air, the sides do not have direct heat applied.
It only depends on how and where the heat is applied.
Land cools faster because land is floating on the earths surface. Water gets deeper, so the suns heat cant heat the bottom of the ocean as well as the surface
it is because the water gets quickly evaporate
Yes it does. Check in your science workbook.
Water gains and loses heat much more quickly than land.
correct, and it also loses its heat more quickly.
differentiate luminous flame from non-luminous flame
The material that will boil water the fastest is metal. Metal is an excellent conductor of heat and will heat the water up quickly.
Yes, if the same amount of heat is applied.
yes salt water is heat quicker