Place a pot filled with water on the stove. Describe what happens to the water as it boils. Explain the observed phenomenon.

The first stage begins with the slipping of small air bubbles from the bottom of the pan, as well as the appearance of groups of bubbles on the surface of the water near the walls of the pan. Then gradually the number of bubbles that appear in the water and burst to the surface increases more and more. The second stage of boiling is characterized by a massive rapid rise of bubbles, which first cause slight turbidity, and then even whitening of water, it is extremely short and soon gives way to the third stage;
Intensive water drilling, in which large bubbles reach the surfaces, water splashes.

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