Why does a liquid bubble when its boiled?



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    Boiling is literally a liquid turning into a gas. The bubbles formed during boiling are full of the gaseous form of the liquid being boiled.

    In the case of boiling water, for example, the bubbles that form in the water are full of water vapor.

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