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    Does anybody know the approximate temperature of boiling water from a kettle?
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    Isn't it 100 degrees celsius? But then again if i'm wrong please don't blame me
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    (Original post by scared_newbie)
    Does anybody know the approximate temperature of boiling water from a kettle?
    By definition, boiling water has reached at least 100 degrees if you are at sea level. A little more, the higher the altitude
    A bit of a stupid question really ...
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    Obvious as it may sound i think it actually is 100c
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    (Original post by scared_newbie)
    Does anybody know the approximate temperature of boiling water from a kettle?
    well if its reached boiling it should be 100 dc right?
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    When you pour it out, it's probably between 95 - 100oC.
 
 
 
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