Particles tend to move faster, further apart and gain more energy.
It would be about 200,000,000 feet short from the moon.
The solvent, usually water, is boiled off by the addition of heatenergy, often under reduced pressure Condensation is the opposite of evaporation and has the sametemperature as the BP of the liquid. When heat energy is removedfrom a gas or vapour, it begins to condense
If you are not doing an experiment, there is no variable.
During condensation , the water vapor in the air condensesinto a cloud.
There are too many variables involved. What is the rate of heat being applied to the pan? How efficient is the heat transfer to the water? How big is the cup, an actual cooking measurement of a cup of one of those massive cups for coffee?
The sweat absorbs the heat from your skin in order to evaporate.
A liquid starts to evaporate at its boiling point. Boilingis the action of the liquid turning into a gas (evaporation)
Evaporation: Water in big bodies (rivers, lakes, the ocean) andtranspiration (water from plants) enters the air as gas when it isheated. Condensation: The gas comes together in the air to form a cloud. Precipitation: The cloud becomes colder and the water vapor becomesliquid. The liquid falls to...
Maybe Centrifuge? .
I don't know how it is actually done in the beverage industry, but it COULD be done using a centrifuge method. This would separate all the solids, and push them to the bottom of the container, leaving a liquid of water on top, which could then be removed, thus concentrating...
From wiki "Evaporation is caused when water is exposed to air and the liquid molecules turn into water vapor which rises up and forms clouds". This is because water vapor is lighter than air. The clouds then hold the water until a temperature drop causes the water to condense into droplets, which...
I think that humidity can maybe help you but... No, I don't think so cuz its not drinkable water so, NO! And that was a question for my English HMK, hope it's useful! :)
Carbonation does not evaporate as quickly as water.
This might help you. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/94/Water_cycle.png
Forward feeding-the taken in the first effect and then it is boiled.the steam produced from bolilling is used as a source of heat in the next effect.the solution is sent to the next effect which has a lower temp and pressure than the previous one!thus the product achieved will be much concentrated...
If you leave it out in a windowsill, it's a 99percent that it will.
It wouldn't be the same as it first was.
That part in which the water is within a living organism, but onlyfor any particular volume of water whilst it is within the organism
The opposite phase change is condensation. Evaporation is the change in phase from liquid to gas. Condensation is the change in phase from gas to liquid.
clouds,the soil,the plants
2 main differences are: 1) condensation polymers form more slowly than addition polymers. 2) water is formed in condensation polymerization but not in addition! - by piu
In a short explanation, evaporation is a gradual vaporization of aliquid on the surface whereas boiling is a rapid vaporization ofliquid only when it is heating.
Watershed aspect and orientation
Condensation occurs when water rises up into the atmosphere to form clouds and precipitation occurs when the water falls back down to the ground in the form of rain.
Well, depending on the type of "Bleach" which is a super relative term anywho, you'll release the active agent. Chlorine bleach, will bond the Cl atoms with Oxygen. Enjoy Chlorine Gas. If its Oxygen based bleach, you'll just pass out. Either way, I wouldn't want to be in the room with you when you...
evaporation cools the fire down because when water gets inside a fire it puts it straight out
Water vaouper turning into liquid water
an increase in the surface area of the lake
The rays of the sun is the primal source of evaporation because they bring heat, which boils the water produces water vapor.
Quick answer: At the surface of the liquid, the most energetic (hottest) liquid molecules are the ones that make the phase change to a gas. So simply - only the hottest (most energetic) molecules leave the liquid, which then leaves behind the colder molecules (less energetic). In this way, the ...
Fog or Clouds. Fog because fog is also called haze. And clouds because whats actually happening is the water droplets from your breath are slightly freezing. They freeze that fast because they're are so small and they are also mix with carbon dioxide coming out of your lungs.
It really depends on the Relative humidity and the atmospheric pressure to how fast the water will evaporate, low temperature although will impede evaporation
we have evaporation . condensation and rain first. evaporation the sea evaporate and it produce water vapor then it condensate after that it rain definition : evaporation: liquid to gas condensation : gas to liquid so , it's the opposite
Water to vapor and vapor to water are the results of evaporation and condensation, respectively.
As the water absorbs heat, at the temperature of 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit, the liquid water boils and becomes a gas. The gaseous water, called "steam", expands and becomes far less dense. The steam bubbles rise to the surface.
When use of 4oz - 5oz of salt, it speeds up the process of water evaporation in a glass at room temperature with sunlight.
Climate is controlled by the sun because the sun controls thetemperature. The water cycle controls the weather and the sun driesthe water cycle.
evaporation, condensation, precipitation, transpiration
The change is from gas to liquid : H 2 O in the gaseous form condenses into the liquid we know as water.
Plants also have a role in water cycle. Plants gives out water through transpiration. This water will combine with water vapour in the atmosphere and forms clouds. Plants also absorbs water through thier roots from ground water.
Gas (Water Vapor), Liquid (Water), Solid, (Ice)
oppisite side of txv sensing bulb on outlet of evaporator (suction line)
non-volatile or low-volatile
how does toxic gases that goes high in the air impact water cycle of the region
The sun is so critical to the water cycle because if their was no sun there would be no evaporation and the whole Water Cycle would collapse. It also is important because maybe there would be no more water in our life.
Condensation will probably happen
It would be turned into hail.
\nThe molecule itself doesn't change, just its reaction to other water molecules. As a solid, the hydrogen bonds between the delta-negative oxygens and delta-positive hydrogens are fixed. In a liquid the hydrogen bonds are constantly forming and breaking. In steam there are very few hydrogen bonds.
yes the density affect the evaporation speed .
evaporation happens when water gets dried up into the air .p.s because of water cycles
when a gas changes into liquid.
To ensure the continuity of water, the water cycle is indeed important to the environment.
Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation
The water cycle is a physical change. Water changes from a liquid in the ocean to a gas and then back to a liquid when it becomes rain. You must understand that water can be in any one of three PHYSICAL states, liquid, solid or vapor ( a gas ). Changing physical states is not a chemical...
The water evaporates through the stomata during transpiration. Thestomata are very small holes on the surface of the leaf.
Yes, the water cycle occurs all over the world.
The factors that affect the rate of evaporation of alcohol are theexposed surface area of the alcohol, the temperature of thesurroundings, and the other particles that are present in thealcohol. The vapor pressure affects the rate of evaporation ofalcohol.
yes, water in its liquid form requires energy to weaken the hydrogen bonds that keep the molecules together as a liquid. This energy is equal to 100 degrees Celsius or 373 K.
Precipitation provides fresh water for them to drink and sometimes to live in, and also allows plants to grow. Clouds can prevent sunlight from reaching the ground.
It's considered a closed system because the water just keeps getting reused by evaporation,precipitation,condensation, and runoff.
Evaporation increases salt in sea water
if u mean cycle with a bike it can't do that but... if u mean process well god does all the work really but... the wind just has to blow to make the water cycle cycle. from wind it picks up water then carries it to the clouds then it starts to rain the over again and a again this cycle happens
they do because we need it it to survive && we can die if their if theres no more.
they do because we need it it to survive && we can die if their if theres no more
Saltwater evaporates slower because the sodium and chloride ions of the salt block some of the more energized water molecules from escaping.
during the defrost cycle of a forced draft low temperature evaporator, the evaporator fan would?
Its located on the passengers side inside the a/c case assembly.........
To suggest that germs evaporate would be to suggest that germs are liquid. Germs are, of course, not liquids, so therefore they cannot evaporate.
condensation evaportaion precipitation and transpiration
Over oceans nearest to the equator because that is where there is the most water and where it is the hottest
Vacuum evaporation is a thermal evaporation technique that consists in heating the materials until evaporation. The difference among other thermal evaporation techniques is that low pressures are used due to avoid reaction between the vapor and atmosphere. At low pressures, the mean free path of...
The particles inside the liquid absorb heat from their surroundings, causing them to gain enough energy to break the intermolecular bonds that attract them to other liquid molecules and by weakening the intermolecular forces they become gaseous and goes into the air.
The water cycle is also called the hydro-logic cycle.
Plants take in sunlight and Carbon Dioxide, and as a by product, produce water and oxygen. when it is humid the air is wet and damp like bathing with hot water. so the plant takes in the water to make photosynthesis.
The act of purifying water (or just separating different mixtures) through evaporation is "distillation".
Warm or hot water because if you've ever noticed steam coming off food or boiling water, it is actually evaporation.
Evaporation is when the sun heats up a liquid to where the individual molecules become more excited and start to spread, which creates a gas. Condensation is when the gas begins to cool down again, to where the molecules start to regroup into a liquid.
by ading a next step on the water cycle.
By helping the world withthe water