Superheated water

16 September 2015

Is it possible to heat water under atmospheric pressure to a temperature higher than 100 °C in such a way that it still remains liquid? From this material, you will find out what this phenomenon consists of and what conditions must be fulfilled in order for this experiment to be successful.
Learn more: superheated water, bubble chamber, boiling, thermodynamics of liquids

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