Boiling and evaporation are not identical processes: boiling is produced at the boiling point and evaporation occur under the boiling point. The boiling point of water is at 760 mmHg oC.
Evaporation occur at any temperature.
The boiling point of water is 100 degrees celsius. The water will evaporate at boiling point. By the way what do you mean "what happens to the temperature of boiling water" if you think about it, it does not make sense.
The boiling point of water is 100 oC at 760 mm Hg.
When water reaches its boiling point (100oC), it starts to evaporate. If you want the water to evaporate faster, you just have to raise the temperature.
A high temperature favors evaporation.
The water will slowly evaporate on its own at room temperature, but boiling temperature will do it much faster!
The physical state change from liquid to gas usually occurs at boiling. However water can evaporate at room temperature. Evaporation is not boiling, it is a process by which surface molecules of water are escaping into the air.
It will evaporate at any temperature, as long as the humidity is less than 100%. It does evaporate much faster at higher temperatures though. Technically the boiling point of pure water is 100 degrees C, so that is the temperature at which it becomes gas.
Evaporation (not vaporization) occur at any temperature; a higher temperature increase the rate of evaporation.
There is no such temperature to start evaporating. Even in the room temperature or in a refrigerator, water does evaporate. When a particular water molecule absorbs adequate energy (let's say from heat), there will be a phasechange in that molecule from liquid to gas, and it's called evaporation.
Try boiling the water. The water will evaporate and leave the salt behind.
Boiling point means the temperature a substances starts to boil or evaporate
Boiling water is evaporated first.
The boiling point of salt is much much higher than the boiling point of water. So the salt stays behind while the temperature of the water remains at the boiling point of water.
212 degrees in Fahrenheit and 100 degrees in Celsius or "the Boiling point."
Impurities. Impurities in water will cause the water to evaporate at a slightly higher temperature than 100 deg C. If you where to use distilled water it would evaporate at 100 deg C.
It have higher temperature
2,260 joules are required to evaporate 1 gram of boiling water.
water boils at 100o C.but room temperature may not rise to that much. only after boiling it may be converted to the gaseous state.
The boiling point of water at 760 mmHg is 100 oC.
its depends on how impure the water is
Evaporation occur at any temperature; boiling occur at 100 oC and 760 mm Hg.
Water evaporate at any temperature; temperature favors evaporation.
The boiling point of Mercury is 356.73 °C
The temperature of the surroundings when water evaporate decrease because water is an endothermic process.