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Why does water boil at a higher temp when under pressure?

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It is all part of Physics. The water molecules find it hard to escape when the air (which boiled water is part of, being a gas) is compressed. It is the same reason is why the sun is only 5000 degrees on the surface but several million in the heavy core.

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