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Determining the temperature of the surface of a kettle

The bottom of a steam kettle (made of steel) is 15mm thick and has an area of 0.15m^2. The water in the kettle is at 100 degrees Celsius. Every five minutes, 0,75 kg water evaporates. Determine the temperature of the surface of the steam kettle that is in contact with the stove.

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This solution contains the answer to a thermal physics problem. Couple of popular formulae in this area of physics has been used to find the temperature of the surface of steam kettle that is in contact with the stove. This is a detailed and step-by-step solution.

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