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What is the approximate boiling point of the substance represented by the complete heating curve below?

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    boiling point it the constant temperature point between the liquid phase and the vapor phase. Both the liquid and vapor phase on the heating curve are upwards slope, whereas at the bp, it is constant temperature, slope=0 .

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