When heat is added to boiling water, what happens to its temperature and why?
When heat is added to boiling water, its temperature remains the same. All of the heat energy absorbed by the water is used to change the physical state of water to steam. You cannot have water boil at higher than 100 C. ...
This solution is provided in 182 words. It describes what happens to temperature when heat is added to boiling water, and the relationship between air pressure and water temperature.