Subject: Why does it seem like food steams more as the heat is turned down or off
Date: Fri Sep 10 22:45:40 1999
Posted by Murray Fraser
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: Springhill State/Province: Nova Scotia
Area of science: Physics
I've noticed when heating liquids, like soup in a pot over a gas stove, it
seems that if the heat is reduced or turned off before the liquid comes to
a full boil, there is an increase in the steam comming from the liquid. Is
there anything in physics to explain this or is it my imagination?
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