What Makes Water Evaporate Faster?


It is possible to evaporate water faster, if the exposed surface is increased. Also, evaporation can be faster if the water is exposed to wind .
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Heat makes water evaporate faster. It is the same thing that happens when people sweat. The water, in the form of sweat, flows out and cools us, by way of heat exchange. Add a bit of wind blowing and you become a human swamp cooler. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evaporation
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