# At what temp does water boil in a vacuum?

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Temperature Inches of HG Vacuum
212 100 0.00
205 96.11 4.92
194 90 9.23

## How do you find the boiling point of water in a vacuum?

With the aid of a ruler, draw a line from 20 mmHg in the pressure graph (to the right), through 100°C in the middle graph (“boiling point corrected to 760 torr”, this is 1 atm), and where this line intersects the line to the left (“Observed boiling point“), take your reading which should be about 15°C.

## What happens to the boiling point of water in a vacuum?

“A liquid boils when its vapor pressure equals the external pressure acting on the liquid surface. At this point, bubbles of vapor form within the liquid. The temperature at which a given liquid boils increases with increasing external pressure.”

## Does moisture exist in vacuum?

Strictly speaking, you can’t have water in vacuum, once the water is there it’s not really vacuum anymore. But more practically speaking, when liquid water is placed in a vacuum like condition of extremely low atmospheric pressure it will boil.

## Can water boil 0 Celsius?

Answer: Yes you can! By any means if you make the vapour pressure of water at the ‘desired’ temperature (°C if you like) equal to (or greater) the atmospheric pressure of that place, your water will boil.

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## What happens if you put water in a vacuum?

Water actually boils at a lower temperature if the pressure around it is lowered. … In a vacuum chamber, the pressure can be extremely low. So low, in fact, that water can actually boil at room temperature. So, if you put some water in a high-vacuum chamber you will see it boil.

## Are vacuums cold?

Vacuum is cold in the sense that it has a very steep temperature gradient. It is not cold in the sense that it has particles that have low kinetic energy. Vacuum by definition contains no particles.