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Evaporation is a type of vaporization of a liquid that occurs from the surface of a liquid into a ... With sufficient temperature, the liquid would turn into vapor quickly (see ... Evaporation of wa...

Evaporation And Temperature - Geography For Kids - By KidsGeo.com

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However, increasing the temperature of a body of water also often increases evaporation. This is because as the temperature ... Temperature effects evaporation. Warmer air also affects the speed of evaporation. Even if a body of water is cool, ...

The Effect of Wind Speed, Air Humidity, and Air Temperature on ...

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The purpose of this experiment was to compare the effect of wind speed, air humidity, and water temperature on the evaporation rate of water. I became ...

How Does Humidity Affect Evaporation? - Live Science

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Nov 26, 2012 ... These vibrations can't happen without energy, so a liquid provided with more energy (in the form of heat) evaporates more quickly.

chemical potential - How does evaporation affect the temperature of ...

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Dec 5, 2011 ... How does evaporation affect the temperature of the air? ... A wet object or a volume of water will decrease in temperature due to the effect of evaporation. ... where the faster water molecules escape and become a part of the ...

Science Fair Projects - What affects the rate of evaporation of water.

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Hypothesis. Evaporation of water will happen faster given a higher surface area, higher temperature and lower air pressure environment.

What Variables Affect the Rate of Water Evaporation?

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the water with greater surface area will evaporate faster because more sunlight is hitting the surface and ... temperature had an effect on water evaporation.

How Does Wind Affect Evaporation? - Bright Hub

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Mar 18, 2011 ... How Wind and Other Variables Affect Evaporation ... The higher the speed of the wind the faster it moves drier air over the water. ... Solar energy affects water evaporation by changing the temperature of the air and the water.

evaporation - National Geographic Society

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Jan 21, 2011 ... The water level will decrease as it is exposed to the heat of the sun. Although the ... Many factors affect how evaporation happens. If the air is ... Temperature, of course, affects how quickly evaporation happens. Boiling-hot ...

Think about it Water cycle - Inquiry in Action

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First of all, the water molecules in the puddle are constantly moving. Some of ... Evaporation occurs at any temperature, but it is faster at higher temperatures and slower at .... what else has an effect on how fast a puddle of water evaporates?

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Q & A: Water evaporation rate | Department of Physics | University of ...

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Water evaporating takes quite a lot of heat away -- 540 calories per gram ... mist of water in the air will make it evaporate faster (increased total surface area). .... Increasing the pressure of ambient air generally has very little effect, unless the ...

Does temperature affect the rate of evaporation? - Ask.com

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Temperature does affect the rate of evaporation. The higher the temperature, the faster ... How fast does water evaporate? A: Although the rate at which water ...

Color & Water Evaporation - Color Matters

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How does the color of water affect its evaporation rate? ... I've noticed the bottle of water I added nothing to, is evaporating faster than the blue and ... colour, apart from the colour's effect on temperature, but I don't know how you would do that.