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Copper nanoparticle


I want to ask if cooper nanoparticles makes liquid boil faster
Thanks for letting me ask

Does it make liquid boil faster..

If they will stable to the boiling point of solution (100 C water for example) then - yes. For example milk have lower specific heat than the water.

If they will precipitate at lower point (for ex. 60- 70 C) then no - they will change nothing.

But I doubt that these particles can be distilled together with the solvent so easilly.

What do you mean by "boil faster"?

At lower temp? Or more boiled per heat unit?

In both cases the answer is "it depends".


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