6th Annual Lake Erie Clambake on the Beach 2019 Sponsorship Opportunities

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Thursday, 01 October, 2020

Community Service Alliance will again host and an exciting and unique event on the beautiful shores of Lake Erie – our 6th Annual Lake Erie Clambake on the Beach presented by Community West Foundation!

Spend a relaxing fall aftermoon on the beach, take in one of our famous Lake Erie sunsets, enjoy some great food and drinks – and some of the best clams around!

Water is a liquid at the temperatures and pressures that are most adequate for life. Specifically, at a standard pressure of 1 atm, water is a liquid between 0 and 100 °C. This effect is relevant, for example, to ice skating, to the buried lakes of Antarctica, and to the movement of glaciers. At pressures higher than 2100 atm the melting point rapidly increases again, and ice takes several exotic forms that do not exist at lower pressures.

Increasing the pressure has a more dramatic effect on the boiling point, that is about 374 °C (705 °F) at 220 atm. This effect is important in, among other things, deep-sea hydrothermal vents and geysers, pressure cooking, and steam engine design. At the top of Mount Everest, where the atmospheric pressure is about 0.34 atm, water boils at 68 °C.

At very low pressures (below about 0.006 atm), water cannot exist in the liquid state and passes directly from solid to gas by sublimation—a phenomenon exploited in the freeze drying of food. At very high pressures (above 221 atm), the liquid and gas states are no longer distinguishable, a state called supercritical steam.

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