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Steam is water heated to its gaseous state. Steam is produced at water's boiling point, which is 212 °F (100 °C). Real steam is invisible water vapor; what is commonly called steam is actually mist.
- public domain Webster's definition - lengthy, 110-year-old definition, distinguishes among many variants