Originally Posted by brewd00d
The boiling point of water is 212 it and will never get any hotter than that simple because it vaporizes into "steam".
Even with the sugary water, if you let the wort boil all day long, all the water will evaporate and all that would left would be the extract and sugars,
The boiling point of any liquid raises whenever anything is dissolved in it.
You could do some calculations with the simplification that the only thing changing the density is sucrose. I would guess that the change is not much, but there will be a change. I would work out the formulas, but damn I'm lazy.