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At what point will liquid alcohol change to vapor?
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The boiling point is the point above which the liquid state does not exist. Evaporation can occur from the liquid state at lower temperatures as well, but there will be no "boiling" (rapid formation of vapor bubbles) until the boiling point is reached.

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