It takes much longer to cook food in the hills than in the plains, because

Answers (1)

the boiling point of water among other thing, is dependent on the atmospheric pressure where the water is being heated in open, Lower the atmospheric pressure lower the boiling point of water. As the atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude, it will be lower at the top of mountain as compared to the ground level. Because of this the water will start boiling at lower temperature at the top of mountain as compared to ground level. Due to this, with the same amount of heat applied to a given mass of water, the water will reach its boiling point earlier and so will boil faster at top of mountain as compared to at the ground level and food will remain uncooked.

Preparation Products

Knockout NEET Sept 2020

An exhaustive E-learning program for the complete preparation of NEET..

₹ 15999/- ₹ 6999/-
Buy Now
Rank Booster NEET 2020

This course will help student to be better prepared and study in the right direction for NEET..

₹ 9999/- ₹ 4999/-
Buy Now
Knockout JEE Main Sept 2020

An exhaustive E-learning program for the complete preparation of JEE Main..

₹ 12999/- ₹ 6999/-
Buy Now
Test Series NEET Sept 2020

Take chapter-wise, subject-wise and Complete syllabus mock tests and get in depth analysis of your test..

₹ 4999/- ₹ 2999/-
Buy Now
Knockout NEET May 2021

An exhaustive E-learning program for the complete preparation of NEET..

₹ 22999/- ₹ 11999/-
Buy Now
Exams
Articles
Questions