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I think that the higher registered temperatures come from their ability to continue to take heat from the metal that water does not.
That was my thought exactly... Water is boiling. PG has less surface tension and cavetation (I believe that is the term), so it is actually cooling better. However, why the hell is the temp registering higher with PG vice water???My only thought is that steam can only get so hot, so the temp gauge with water is giving somewhat of a false reading.
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