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Liquid water boils at 100 degrees C. In other words, this is the temperature at which the thermal energy between two molecules of water overcomes the interaction energy. Given this, what is the interaction energy (Uint) of liquid water?

3/2*(1.38*10e-23)*373.15= 7.7e-20

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