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100 degrees mate.

100 degrees Celsius is the boiling point for pure water at 1atm or sea level. The boiling point is useful in identifying chemical compounds. Chemical compounds have different boiling points that are specific to it' s chemical composition. If you know what the boiling point or melting point is you can also tell if your compound is pure, as any impurities will change these.

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Importance of boiling point?

Knowing the boiling point of a substance provides information to determine what the substance is if its unknown. If you are making a substance, checking the boiling point will let you know if you have made what you set out to make, (because impurities can mess up the boiling point)


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The lower the amount of substance, the faster it reaches the boiling point. The more the amount of substance, the longer it takes to reach the boiling point. Hope that this is what you wanted to know! :)


Why are the boiling and freezing points of a substance useful to know?

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If you know the melting point of a pure substance what does it tell you about its boiling and freezing point?

The melting point and freezing point are the same. The boiling point will be higher depending on the element or compound. You can look up these temperatures in the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics.


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What is the boiling and freezing point of degrees Celsius?

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How can physical properties be used to identify substances?

Every substance has certain properties that show things about them, such as odor, taste, malleability, hardness, color, state at room temperature, and melting/boiling point. If you know the color of a substance, it is far easier to determine what that substance is, and if you know the color and the boiling point, your choices are limited even further. Using the physical properties of a substance, you can identify the substance based off of its unique properties or combinations of properties.


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How does the liquid know the pressure of the atmosphere?

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What is the boiling point of juice?

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How does a substance's boiling point or melting point determine its state at room temperature?

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What is the boiling point of creek water?

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