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A clear colorless liquid in an open beaker was heated to boiling. The liquid began to boil at 110°C, and as vapors escaped, the temperature of boiling gradually increased to 115°C, at which the heating was stopped. On the basis of this information, we can say that the material in the beaker was a?

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