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Water to Steam Ratio?

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There is no specific water to steam ratio. It depends on the pressure and teperature of the steam. Steam is nothing more than water vapor, at above the boiling point of water. When the water boils, it then turns to steam, and the steam then occupies a volume of about 1850 times that of the water that was used. Steam is useful in many instances, such as cooking. It will steam vegetables. It is also used to decrease wrinkles in clothing.
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