Puts on chemical engineering hat
On a broader note, scientifically, the idea of boiling and freezing “points” are a fiction that 99% models our real world experience. Sure, water freezes at 0 degC (or somewhere around there) most of the time, but that can be changed by ambient pressure, degree of impurity, and the roughness of the container. In actuality, the phase change of substances are subject to pressure and temperature as modeled on phase charts. And, if you get to extreme pressures and temperatures, substances no longer resemble any phase, and instead, become an indistinct mass of protons, neutrons, and electrons known as plasma.
Related interesting fact; water is one of the few substances where the liquid phase is typically denser than the solid phase. This allows ice to float, thereby acting as a thermal barrier for Earth’s water sources to prevent the complete freezing of water bodies in below zero temperatures. This little quirk ensures that life on Earth can be sustained.