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Energy needed to change a material from a liquid to a gas?


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2006-12-11 17:11:30
2006-12-11 17:11:30

You can add heat and cause liquid to gasify. Or you can decrease the pressure in the system and cause liquid to gasify. Note that you may gasify liquid and leave suspended or dissolved solids behind. More heat or pressure may be required to convert these remnants to liquid and then gas.

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Heat energy is needed to change a solid to a liquid.

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