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Essentially, water requires requires a large heat input (large heat of vaporization) in order to vaporize, so the steam absorbs that heat energy, causing it to burn more than just boiled water at 100 degrees. The water does not have that additional heat that the steam has because energy has been inputed in order to change the phase.
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