What is Zero Fahrenheit, Anyway? Is it really the freezing point of sea water?
(Boiling point initially didn’t figure in his scheme ... simply determined the distance between the marks for the freezing point of water and body heat on his glass thermometers (64 degrees, in the scale he would ultimately develop), measured off ...
This Is What It Looks Like When Boiling Water Is Thrown Into -41 Degree Air (Hint: It’s Pretty Cool)
Whatever possessed this fellow to throw a pot full of boiling water into the air outside in negative 41 degrees Celsius, we can’t say. What we can tell you is the instant column of ice crystals that form — the sound of them freezing included — is ...
Is the boiling point of water always 100'c?
Constant doesn't changes (will still remain 100 degree c) as boiling point of water. So, technically atmospheric condition doesn't affects constant value. Only the entropy (or enthalpy or "Energy required to change from one state to another" .. i forgot ...
What Is The Boiling Point For Candy?
And to make hard candy, you heat the mixture to three hundred degrees. The difference between fu More…dge, taffy, and hard candy is in the amount of water each one contains: the less water, the harder the candy.
Water in Space: What Happens?
The higher up you took it, the lower and lower your boiling point would be ... or -455 degrees Fahrenheit! But there’s also — literally — no pressure in space. So, what happens? Who wins? Does the water freeze or boil? Oddly enough, the answer ...