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when we go on high altitude the water boil more rapidly as compare to plain.. state reason

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  1. anonymous
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    at low pressure boliling point is lesser at high altitudes low pressure u want to know why?

  2. anonymous
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    yes

  3. anonymous
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    |dw:1327675785806:dw| as air is a fluid medium

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    will u plz xplain

  5. anonymous
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    the pressure exerted by a fluid is h*density of medium*g as in this case h ie height of column of air acting on the surface is more in the case ofsurface level when we go up there is less column of air exerted upon us ie less pressure

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    i think it occurss in fluid right but i m asking abu altitude how dis law can works in it too?

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    air is a fluid not only liquids

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    well in chemistry in front of temp we neglect pressure rit and same in physics i found.. den here temp iss low den how it boils fast?

  9. anonymous
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    that is for ideal gases anyways think about it as like this when there are more pressure on molecules,they have to pick up kinectic energy(for boiling)aginst all the various forces(pressure causes a force) when there are lot of external disturbances to break them all all begin to boil becomes difficult at the surface when compared to hiher altitude temperature is low but pressure wins here pressure directly propotional to temperature(isochore) of gas air being non-ideal we can say that effect of pressure is more than temp

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    gay lussacs law

  11. anonymous
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    yea i get it thanQ..

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