Explain how water is heated in a flask set on fire.

When heated from below, the lower layer of water heats up earlier than the upper one, becomes less dense, rises up, and heavier cold layers fall down. Again, the layer is heated, raising and lowering. In this case, cold and warm layers of water are constantly mixed. Thus, uniform heating of the entire fluid occurs.

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