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Given a vessel of specific volume and infinite strength and completely filled with water, can heat be added indefinitely to the water so the corresponding pressure would rise infinitely? If not, then what is the maximum temperature at which water will no longer absorb heat? I have already submitted this to you. It is not a school question! I'm 49 years old, I've read a little about gas laws, and it's hard for me to believe that water expands infinitely!
Re: Per Gas laws: water pressure has no maximum in a vessel of infinite strength?
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