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Q & A: Boiling point of milk?

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Most recent answer: 10/07/2012
Q:
what is the exactnt boiling point of pure milk.
- neeraj (age 34)
mumbai
A:
Hello neeraj,
The boiling point of milk is only slightly higher than the boiling point of water since the main constituent of milk is water. It is difficult to give an exact answer to your question because milk from different sources have slightly different constituents.  Different sources will give a slightly different boiling points. 
The boiling point of milk is a frequent question to our web site and we have addressed it many times.  Please go back to the web site and type boiling point of milk into the search box.  You will find an extensive discussion of the question.

LeeH

(published on 10/07/2012)

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