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STEAM FROM BOILING WATER IN TEAKETTLE<br />
Water Boils At 100 deg C. or 212 deg F.<br />
Steam, or water in the gaseous state, is invisible, however the condensation of liquid water drops forms a fine mist that is visible.

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STEAM FROM BOILING WATER IN TEAKETTLE
Water Boils At 100 deg C. or 212 deg F.
Steam, or water in the gaseous state, is invisible, however the condensation of liquid water drops forms a fine mist that is visible.

Copyright:© 1991 Diane Hirsch - Fundamental Photographs

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