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Q: At what Kelvin temperature does water boil? A. 0 B. 100 C. 273 D. 373
A: The boiling point of water in Kelvins is: A. 273 K.
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User: At what Kelvin temperature does water boil? A. 0 B. 100 C. 273 D. 373

Weegy: The boiling point of water in Kelvins is: A. 273 K.
andrewpallarca|Points 20289|

User: The condensing point of liquid nitrogen is the same as its ________ point. A. boiling B. melting C. freezing D. sublimation

User: In which substance would particles be moving the slowest? A. dry ice B. iced tea C. warm water D. carbon dioxide gas

Weegy: DRY ICE is the substance with the slowest moving particles.
Frankie17851|Points 3171|

User: Heat energy moves from an area where there's ________ energy to an area where there's ________ energy. A. less, more B. more, less C. hot, cold D. cold, hot

Weegy: Please, complete the question
shifa saleheen|Points 9966|

User: Transferring heat ________ is conduction. A. by direct contact B. by moving particles C. through infrared waves

User: Transferring heat ________ is convection. A. by direct contact B. by moving particles C. through infrared waves

User: If you cook a marshmallow a few feet above a camp fire, it will cook mostly by A. radiation. B. conduction. C. convection.

Weegy: B. conduction. Transferring heat by direct contact is conduction.
latefisher|Points 3420|

User: When a thermometer is put in a cup of ice water and a bucket of ice water, the temperature will be the same. The amount of heat energy in the cup of ice water is ________ the amount of heat energy in the bucket of ice water. A. less than B. more than C. the same as

Weegy: The amount of heat energy in the cup of ice water is the same as the amount of heat energy in the bucket of ice water.
jeifunk|Points 9063|

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