Difference between Vaporization Evaporation?

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Evaporation, sometimes incorrectly referred to as evaporization, is the process of becoming a vapor. Vaporization is general and refers to boiling and evaporation, and describes any process of converting a liquid to a gas. You can think of it as evaporation is the slow vaporization, however boiling is fast vaporization.
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