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In nucleate boiling, the pressure inside a bubble is higher than the pressure of the surrounding liquid. Assuming that both the liquid and vapour are saturated, the temperature of the liquid will ALWAYS be

  1. at $100\:^{\circ}C$
  2. lower than the temperature of the vapour
  3. equal to the temperature of the vapour
  4. higher than the temperature of the vapour
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