Do all liquids evaporate and solidify at the same temperature?
No. All liquids have different specific freezing points. Some liquids may have the same point, but that doesnt change anything. ...
What liquids other than water evaporate?
At a high enough temperature all compounds and elements will evaporate. Evaportaion happens as a liquid transforms to a gaseous state. Many liquids can evaporate but the question is what liquid can evaporate. ...
Does all liquids evaporate?
Yes, all liquids can evaporate. Evaporation is just when a liquid molecule becomes a gas. It is simply a phase change in which all liquids can form. This is similar to all solids being able to melt and all gases being able to condense. It just takes more energy for some than others. ...
What liquid does not evaporate?
All liquids evaporate. Evaporation occurs when the liquid molecules at the surface have sufficient kinetic energy to escape from the liquid as a gas. Since all liquids have kinetic energy (by kinetic model of matter), it should be alright to say that all liquids evaporate. This is unless you cool the liquid (somehow) to the absolute zero so that the liquid molecules lose all their kinetic energies, which is something scientists have not achieved so far, ...
Is bread dough a solid or a liquid and how is it a solid or a liquid?
it is a solid because all liquids evaporate
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Why do certain liquids evaporate faster?
This is a result of the chemical structure of that substance, and it all depends on that substance's boiling point. Some just more attraction between molecules, and it takes a longer time to pull apart the molecules and evaporate :-) ...
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Why do all liquids NOT evaporate at the same time?
Because all liquids have different boiling points. For instance: the boiling point of ethyl alcohol (the kind you drink) is 172.4 oF, while that of methyl alcohol (the kind that will kill you or make you blind if you drink it) is 151 oF, and isopropyl alcohol (the kind you use for a massage) is 177 oF. The boiling point of glycerine is 554 oF, while that of hydrogen is -423 oF. ...
Why does water evaporates faster than other liquids?
Some liquids evaporate faster than others. Not all liquids evaporate slower than water; for example, alcohol evaporates much faster. The reasons for differences are related to the size of the molecules and in general the forces between molecules; as well as differences in specific heat. ...
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Which lquids evaporate at room temperature?
All liquids will evaporate to some extent at room temperature. The extent of evaporation depends on the vapor pressure of the liquid and the volume of distribution. However, for some liquids the vapor pressure is so low that evaporation is nearly negligible at room temperature. ...