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I boiled a kettle( made of stainless steel) 3/4 full with water and let the kettle together with the water inside to cool in a basin of tap water. The kettle was then immediately placed in the tap water up to half its height. I then noticed that there are many tiny air bubbles formed on the outside surface, around the bottom circumference of the kettle after about a few seconds to 1 minute. Why are there bubbles formed? I would like to know the science behind the phenomenon. Thank you for your time. Have a nice day.Hope to hear from you soon.
Re: Why are there bubbles formed at bottom of a kettle of hot boilng water ?
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