Definition of Evaporation?


The word evaporation is defined as the process by which any matter that is converted from a liquid state into and carried off in vapour. It can also be defined as to draw off in the form of vapour.
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2 Additional Answers Answer for: what is the definition of evaporation
the act or process of evaporating.
the state of being evaporated.
Archaic. matter or the quantity of matter evaporated or passed off in vapor.
Evaporation is the vaporization of a liquid, where a liquid become a vapor. It is the reverse of condensation and allows a liquid to change form to a gas.
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