According to Swede Systems Flashover training it expands 4200 times its original volume. So one gallon of water, introduced to a 1200 degree room would expand to 4200 gallons of steam. I have been unable to confirm this as of yet however. Please elaborate if you have additional information. Thank you.
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At 212 degrees Fahrenheit water expands approximately 1,700 its original volume when converted to steam.
Water weighs 1kg per liter. If it is all turned to steam you will have 1kg of steam. Water expands to nearly 1700 times its original volume at 212 degrees.
That depends on what temperature it started at. Whatever scale of temperature you are using, water will be steam at 500 degrees.
121 degrees Celsius or 249.8 degrees Fahrenheit (Superheated steam)
756.78 degrees Celsius
Steam. The reason for this is water boils at the temperature of 212 degrees F. Steam can be heated to much higher temperatures than that. Some engines that are water cooled has steam at temperatures of over 700 degrees. Water basically becomes a plasma at this temperature.
it boils If you mean "one-hundred degrees Celsius (degrees C)," then that is water's boiling point. What this means is that this is the maximum temperature water can be before it turns to steam. Steam can be much hotter than water because of this, making steam burns more serious than water burns.
Leaving aside the effects of pressure, yes, the temperatures are the same. But the amount of heat (thermal energy) per gram, is much greater for the steam.