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Yes boiling water is endothermic because you are supplying the energy to the water molecules. (Or in most instances the kettle is supplying the energy to the water, still endothermic), the water doesn't just spontaneously boil at 25C and release heat energy, it takes you putting in massive energy to get it to boil.

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It would be an endothermic process because the system (water) is absorbing heat.

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Boiling is endothermic, which means that the reaction absorbs energy. This is because it requires energy to turn a liquid into a gas.

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Endothermic, heat is added.

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