Water evaporation depends on a large number of factors, namely:
- Relative Humidity of the air
- Temperature of the air and the water
- Surface area of the water
- Velocity of the wind/air over the water
This is why sprays evaporate faster (large surface area), clothes dry faster on windy days (higher velocity of air), you feel hotter on a humid day (your sweat does not evaporate as easily) and you will see more steam from a hot cup of coffee than cold one (higher temperature).
Evaporation occurs by some molecules getting a higher amount of energy than is needed to turn into a gas, by collission with other molecules. When some molecules in an object turn into a gas even when the temperature is below boiling point, this is known as evaporation.
A typical equation from ASHRAE handbooks says that the rate of evaporation in kg/s/m2 is:
(Pw-Pa)x(0.089 + 0.0782V)/Y
Where Pw is the pressure exerted by water at the temperature of the air, Pa is the pressure of the vapour in the air at the air temperature and pressure, V is the velocity of the air over the water and Y is the latent heat of vapourisation of water. Pressures should be in kPa
So, the speed of evporation could be practically anything depending on these conditions.
As an example, let's take a cup of tap water in a kitchen at room temperature (21C).
So, the water from the tap will be at around 5C, at this air temperature of 21C the vapour pressure of water is 0.02486Bar = 2.486kPa.
Typical room conditions are around 60% humidity, so 0.6x0.02486 is the pressure of the water vapour in the air which will be 1.4916kPa.
(Remember humidity = Ps/Pg for given temperature, in this case 21C.
There is no wind in the kitchen, so V=0m/s, and Y for water is given as 2272kJ/kg.
So, ((2.486-1.4916)x0.089 + (0x0.0782V))/2272 = 0.000038953kg/s/m2
A typical cup is around 15cm high and with a diameter of 8cm, giving a surface area of 3.14x0.04x0.04 (circular surface area = pi x(r squared) = 0.00502, and so every second, 0.00502 x 0.000038953kg/s evaporate. This gives 0.000195799g/s. At this rate, a typical cup of water with 753g of water in it (calculated from above dimensions, water = 1000kg/m3) would take 1069hours to completely evaporate, or 44 days.
Like a few days
But if you put it in realy hot water it evaporates in a few hours
Yes, because if it is a liquid it will evaporate. Not as fast as water though but eventually it will evaporate.
milk in it self cannot evaporate .Only if sugar is mixed ,then it can evaporate,but if water is mixed only water will evaporate
Alcohol is evaporated first !
This depends on many factors.
If the container is sealed water is not evaporated in the atmosphere.
That depends on the liquid you're using to compare the water.
Hot water is evaporated faster.
A high temperature favors evaporation.
This depends on many factors.
I don't know where you are. - You may well be in a climate where it will never evaporate. Or you could be in central Sahara where it will evaporate in about 8hrs.
vinegar can evaporate fast because it is a liquid.
The speed of this depends on pH, temperature and volume of water.