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Can traditional steam (water vapour) exist in a vacuum?
Can steam (water vapour) exist in a vacuum, and if so does it look and behave the same as in air? Let's assume the actual case is a kettle boiling in a vacuum. Note that I'm talking about a gas-less ...
Nov 19 '12 at 12:45
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