Oil has a higher boiling point than water. Because the internal bond energy of oil molecules is large, opening requires more energy, so the boiling point is relatively high. Boiling is rapid gasification, which actually destroys the intermolecular force. The intermolecular force of oil is greater than that of water, and the heating speed is much faster than that of water, and the consumption of heat energy is less than that of water.
The boiling point of oil is actually different. Generally, the boiling point of edible oil is basically more than 200 degrees Celsius, of which the boiling point of vegetable oil and peanut oil is about 335 degrees Celsius and that of soybean oil is about 260 degrees Celsius. We usually use edible oil in the process of making food. Most of the edible oil is vegetable oil, including peanut oil, corn oil, sunflower seed oil, sesame oil, grape seed oil, walnut oil, etc.
Edible oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, which can accelerate the metabolism and decomposition of cholesterol in our body, so it generally won't cause the problem of obesity. Vitamin E is contained in edible oil. This substance is still very important for our human body. It can enhance brain development and memory, and is also good for delaying brain aging.