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Topic: Boiling point of water (7 msgs / 137 lines)
1) From: Mike Chester
I came across this online calculator that will tell you the exact boiling point of water for your elevation and current barometric pressure.  I thought some of you might find this helpful.http://www.thermoworks.com/software/bpcalc.htmlMike Chester
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2) From: Rich
That info is for pure water.  Tap water or bottled water will be 
different as a consequence of the impurities.  You will have to analyze 
the water or purify it to be properly AR about this.
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3) From: Sam49
Since the boiling point of water is above the ideal temperature for 
extraction in about 99.9999999999999999% of situations where people brew 
coffee on the planet, knowing the precise boiling point of pure water or 
tap water at any of the homes of members of this list, or at least 
99.999% of them, seems to be of rather limited value, if not irrelevant, 
to the creation of excellent coffee.
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4) From: Andy Thomas
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From: Mike Chester 
Subject: [Homeroast] Boiling point of water
I came across this online calculator that will tell you the exact boiling p=
oint of water for your elevation and current barometric pressure. I thou=
ght some of you might find this helpful.http://www.thermoworks.com/software/bpcalc.htmlMike Chester
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5) From: Rich
As you have discovered and pointed out it is irrelevant to good coffee 
creation but it is AR.
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6) From: JoAnne Phillips
On Oct 20, 2009, at 10:57 PM, Andy Thomas wrote:
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From: Mike Chester 
Subject: [Homeroast] Boiling point of water
I came across this online calculator that will tell you the exact  =
boiling point of water for your elevation and current barometric  =
pressure.  I thought some of you might find this helpful.http://www.thermoworks.com/software/bpcalc.htmlMike Chester
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7) From: John Borella
Knowing the corrected boiling point of distilled water for your specific 
location is necessary to accurately calibrate any thermometer or T/C you may 
be using to measure the water temperature for brewing, bean 
temp/environmental temp for roasting, ect.
John B.


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