Explain why high in the mountains water boils at temperatures below 100 ° C.

In the mountains, water boils faster and at a temperature of less than 100 degrees due to pressure. At a height, it is much easier for water molecules to rise when heated, the temperature quickly reaches its critical point and the water begins to boil, respectively, also faster.

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