Some articles on boiling, water, boiling water:
... If the heat flux of a boiling system is higher than the critical heat flux (CHF) of the system, the bulk fluid may boil, or in some cases, regions of the bulk fluid may boil where the fluid ... This results in a departure from nucleate boiling (DNB) in which steam bubbles no longer break away from the solid surface of the channel, bubbles dominate the channel or surface, and the heat flux ... or the pressure of the fluid is too high, nucleate boiling is however not possible ...
... He revives Tom using a jug of water ... He reads part of the page shown, which says "PLACE YOUNG DUCK IN POT OF BOILING WATER..." ... the pot making a quick bridge so he would throw himself in the boiling water ...
... all actions unless noted) The kettle, with fresh water, is brought to a rolling boil ... Enough boiling water is swirled around the teapot to warm it and then poured out ... (usually black tea) or tea bags, always added before the boiled water ...
... egg in its shell, by immersing it in near-boiling water ... This can be done either in a pan where the water is kept below boiling point, or by pouring boiling water over the egg and letting it stand for 10 minutes ... the coddler, which is then placed in a pan of near-boiling water for 7-8 minutes ...
Famous quotes containing the words water and/or boiling:
“We were uncertain whether the water floated the land, or the land held the water in its bosom. It was such a season, in short, as that in which one of our Concord poets sailed on its stream, and sung its quiet glories.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“O but we talked at large before
The sixteen men were shot,
But who can talk of give and take,
What should be and what not
While those dead men are loitering there
To stir the boiling pot?”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)