Milk and water

Question:

Why does milk overflow when boiled while water does not?

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Solution:

When milk is boiled, the water/moisture in it becomes vapor but it is trapped under the top creamy layer of milk. So, the vapor tries to push out, spilling out the milk. In case of boiling water, vapor freely evaporates.

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