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

Orcio_Dojek:
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.

Borek:
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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