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Thank you, I am very pleased with the result. I see now, that I should have emphasized the balancing part, because that i actually what makes this interesting. I will update it.
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His point still holds. This is quite an interesting part of physics.To increase 1 g of any matter 1 Kelvin (1°celsus), requires a certain amount of energy. So if you constantly feed fx water with a steady amount of energy, the temperature will rise linearly (well isolated). That is well known.But when it reaches 100°C it doesn't evaporates right away. It takes a lot of energy to actually "boil it off", change from liquid into gas. The energy required is different regarding the molecule, and ethanol is easier to "tear apart" than water (i.e. happens with less energy). This part is what DanieManlan explains.
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