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Boiling water. Boiling water in a beaker being heated by a bunsen burner. Pure water boils at a temperature of 100 degrees celsius in the standard atmospheric pressure of 101. The boiling point may be raised by an increased atmospheric pressure or the presence of impurities in the water. The boiling point may be reduced by a low atmospheric pressure.
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