Question:

What are bubbles in a boiling beaker made of?

Answer:

These bubbles in the beaker are made of the air that was dissolved in the water at room temperature coming out of solution. Air becomes less soluble in water as the temperature goes up.


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Physics
Boiling
Heat transfer
Properties of water
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Superheating
Potometer
Phase transitions
Chemistry
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