Not much. It’s an oil with thermally conductive components inside it. Would likely be fine up to 300°C
Yeah, but it probably would smell!
Well… I don’t think so. It is a thermal paste after all, and the water itself can’t go above 100°C so… there’d be no way for it to get that hot.
And. This isn’t a cooking oil, so it likely has better properties than one.
Hint: This will not help with induction cooktops.
Maybe it’s a translation.
The pot itself will get considerable above 100°C otherwise you’d be waiting a lifetime for the water to boil.