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What would the state of water be at if the pressure is 25 bar and the temp is 200 degrees Celsius?

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Colts

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What would the state of water be at if the pressure is 25 bar and the temp is 200 degrees Celsius?

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prezza

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Calculate a boiling temperature at 25 bar. It is around 224°C. It is more than 200, so we still have water at 200. Not steam.

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