- 1 boiling point of liquids
- 2 boiling point of water
- 3 Factors influencing the boiling point 3.1 Pressure 3.2 powers between the liquid molecules
- 3.1 Pressure
- 3.2 powers between the liquid molecules
- 4 degrees boiling liquids months
- 5 References
Boiling point of liquids
Boiling point is the temperature at which a boil then the liquid because of the equal vapor constituent molecules with the surrounding environment compress it, which leads to bubbles on the liquid surface and then evaporates when the temperature increased.  adopt the boiling point on the atmospheric pressure, the more decreased external pressure go down the boiling point. 
Boiling point of water
Boiling point of water has a nearly constant value equal to 100 ° C, and this at atmospheric pressure rate of 1 bar value, and this at sea level, where it is possible level to boil water at low temperature to rise above the ground, can also affect the presence of some impurities at the boiling point, since the presence of salt, for example, raises the boiling point of water. 
Factors influencing the boiling point
Increase the pressure rises to the boiling point when the rise to become the highest boiling point less than the boiling point of his natural means at a pressure of $ 1 atmospheric pressure. 
Forces between the molecules of the liquid
Partial powers between the liquid particles in the boiling influence, especially the presence of hydrogen bonds, we believe that the boiling point of butanol be higher than butane, to contain butanol on a compound Alheidroxl containing strong hydrogen bonds, while butane contains no such forces between molecules, Faihtoa the forces of Van der Waltz weak, and also affects the molecular weight of liquids in boiling temperatures, the more molecular weight this means increasing the forces between molecules, which increases the difficulty of separating the links between molecules and raise the boiling points. 
Degrees of boiling liquids months
These grades are as follows: 
- Water: 100 ° C.
- Alcohol: 78.4 ° C.
- Nail polish remover: 56 ° C.
- Olive oil: 300 ° C.
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- ↑ "Boiling", www.chem.purdue.edu, Retrieved 30-7-2018. Edited.
- ↑ JAMES, "3 Trends That Affect Boiling Points"، www.masterorganicchemistry.com, Retrieved 30-7-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Solids, Liquids, and Gases at Home - Melting Points, Boiling Points, Is Sugar a Solid or a Liquid?, Mixtures of States Read more: Solids, Liquids, and Gases at Home - Melting Points, Boiling Points, Is Sugar a Solid or a Liquid?, Mixtures of States - JRank Articles http://science.jrank.org/kids/pages/114/Solids-Liquids-Gases-at-Home.html#ixzz5Na6zSSMI", science.jrank.org, Retrieved 8-8-2018. Edited.
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