# why doesn’t energy added to boiling water increase the temperature of the water?

May 8, 2021
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You know the process of boiling water is supposed to raise the temperature of the water, right? Wrong! Not only does boiling water heat the water, but energy is also used to raise the water temperature. You need to remember that heat is energy-based. Energy is the currency of life, so if you don’t understand that concept, you will not be able to manage it.

The solution to this mystery is the same as the one you will hear many times over: the more energy you put into boiling the water, you get more heat. When you reduce the energy you put into boiling the water, the temperature remains the same. The same thing applies to energy in any other process.

I also had to get the energy-based solution to boiling water right. Once I understood that, I realized I could just add more energy to the boiling water to raise the temperature. But, it still left me with the same problem. Why does adding energy to boiling water raise the water temperature? I think you guessed it, water is a gas.

Because of the way the atom structure of liquids is structured, energy in the form of heat is able to flow through the liquid at the fastest rate of all. When you add energy to a liquid, your temperature increases. So, if you have the energy to make a glass of water hotter, you can just do it and the water will be hotter. But energy requires mass, and mass is a very slow energy transfer medium.

Well, energy is very slow. It’s not a matter of how fast you can make the water warmer. But you can make it faster by adding heat. At the same time, heat can also be used to cool a glass of water. And the glass will be cooler than the glass you make in the water. And the glass will have a higher temperature than the glass you make in the water. So energy is going to heat more water.

This is called the latent heat theorem. It states that a substance that is heated at the same rate as the surrounding liquid will have a higher temperature than a substance that is not heated at the same rate. This is a simple example of what’s going on when you add energy to a substance.

To understand why energy is needed for water, think about the term heat. Heat is energy, and we’re just learning how to “see” it. Heat is the most common term for heat. If you know you’re in a heat bath, you will be in a heat bath. If you get close enough to the heat, you will see the heat being transferred. It’s the same in the case of water.

In a heat bath, heat flows from the hot to the cold and vice versa. You can think of this as the transfer of energy from the hot to the cold. This transfer of energy is called heat transfer. In the case of a heat transfer, no heat is actually transferred. What is transferred is just the fact that energy is being transferred.

You can think of it like this: when you’re in a heat bath, your body is exposed to heat. So your body is heated by the heat. And so the body that heated the heat gets hotter and hotter. This can happen during meals, at parties, or even in a shower. In this case, the body has to be exposed to heat as well. In a heat bath, your body is exposed to heat. So you put your body into a heat bath.

The problem with energy added to boiling water is that the water that you’re heating has to be heated in order to get the needed heat. And that’s not the only thing you need to do when you’re in a boiling water bath. Take the water out of your water bath and place it in a cool bathtub. Use that cool bathtub as a place where the water will evaporate without being heated.

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