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2015-03-25T22:22:11+05:30

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Water doesn't boil at 100K. It boils at 100°C. And when water is at 100°C, it will be boiling. So boiling water at 100°C and water at 100°C are the same. There is no energy transfer.
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Water boils at 100°C, not at 100K. And, boiling water at 100°C and water at 100°C are the same. There will be no energy transfer.
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