Does boiling water evaporate at cold temperatures?

Answer Boiling water does evaporate at cold temperatures. At the boiling point (212 degrees F), water will evaporate at a much faster rate because it loses heat energy quicker than cold energy. As the boi... Read More »

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Does hot water or cold water evaporate faster?

According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Water Science for Schools, evaporation depends on heat in order to occur. Additionally, heat is required to break the hydrogen bonds in water that al... Read More »

Does boiling hot room temp. cold or ice water affect plant growth?

Boiling water or super cold water can damage or kill some plants, but, aside from that, I have never of any water temperature being better or worse for plant growth.

How do cold air temperatures affect the amount of water vapor in the air?

Cooler air cannot hold as much water vapor as warmer air. This is one function of modern air conditioning in humid climates. When air conditioners cool the air, they limit its ability to hold water... Read More »

Why does boiling milk overflow but boiling water does not?

Probably due to the fat molecules in milk. The fat separates from the thinner, watery liquid and as the water in the milk boils the steam rises and this milk fat layer moves up. You can prevent th... Read More »