anonymous
  • anonymous
As a pot of hot water boils, the temperature of the water________ as the water level drops. -remains the same -drops -rises
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Ramzy197
  • Ramzy197
rises
Ramzy197
  • Ramzy197
because as the temperature increases the volume decreases because evaporation is taking place :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Boiling point is a physical process that occurs at a PARTICULAR TEMPERATURE. Hence, temeprature maintains the same as the level drops. This is, Gravitational Potential Energy changes and not Kinetic. The energy that particles gain is only to break their bounds into a gaseous state. Answer is A.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Ramzy197 evaporation can occur at a range of temperatures, whereas boiling is at a particular one.
Ramzy197
  • Ramzy197
yes but evaporation only happens after water boils
Ramzy197
  • Ramzy197
this question is about WATER boiling in a kettle lol not alkanes
anonymous
  • anonymous
For any substance, evaporation starts before boiling.
Ramzy197
  • Ramzy197
okie
Cuanchi
  • Cuanchi
at any temperature the liquid will have a certain vapor pressure and will evaporate. That is the principle of the cloths drying under the sun. You don't need to have the water boiling from your cloths to dry them out. Any water spill will eventually dry out without the water boiling. If you have a closed container such as a flask, when the pressure of the gas phase is equal to the vapor pressure at that temperature the water will stop evaporating. It will be and equilibrium. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vapour_pressure_of_water

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