Why a liquid doesn't boil in a closed vessel?

Asked by devanshu_jain | 27th Sep, 2010, 01:27: PM

Expert Answer:

Because boiling always occur when the pressure inside the liquid greater than the atmospheric pressure or outside pressure and in closed vessel, the pressure of the liquid gets equals to that of outside pressure or sometimes less than the outside pressure and boiling wont get possible in such conditions.

Answered by  | 27th Sep, 2010, 06:00: PM

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