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The science behind boiling water [Physics]
posted May 21 2013 20:12.13 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Some days ago i posted this amazing video with the effect of height to the boiling point of water. s they were climbing the mountain Everest, the boiling point dropped.

Periodic Table Videos uploaded this new video in which they explain the science behind boiling water, as well as they provide us with many facts about the subject. Excellent video.



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