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Hot Steaming Soup. This happens at 212 degrees Fahrenheit or 100 degrees Celsius. As the water molecules get more energy from the heat, they move faster and when they get enough energy, they rise into the air. Once they are in the air, still hot and moving fast, they bump against each other and other molecules in the air so much that they quickly move apart from each other.
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