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Water could be made to boil at 105°C instead of 100°C by ____. (1 point) adding a lot of energy to the water increasing the external pressure decreasing the external pressure taking the sample to a
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User: Water could be made to boil at 105°C instead of 100°C by ____. (1 point) adding a lot of energy to the water increasing the external pressure decreasing the external pressure taking the sample to a higher altitude

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