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The temperature at which a liquid chages to a gaseous state at a given pressure. Liquids under pressure have higher boiling points than similar liquids boiled openly. Have temperature steam cleaners have pressurised boilers in order that the water contained in them boils at a much higher temperature, typically 140 – 160 degrees C – much as in a car radiator.

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