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What temperature will liquid sodium evaporate?


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2013-02-09 16:28:38
2013-02-09 16:28:38

pure sodium melts at 97 degree celsius and boils at 882 degree celsius but no idea of evaporating temperature.......


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Sodium is a solid at room temperature.

Yes it would. If the temperatures hotter, it will evaporate more quickly.If it's colder it will evaporate less quickly.

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