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This value is 37,5 kcal or 157 kJ.
Why don't you try it and see?
Water evaporate at any temperature; temperature favors evaporation.
The temperature of the surroundings when water evaporate decrease because water is an endothermic process.
Evaporation is really dependent on temperature, relative humidity and surface area not sunlight. Sunlight may increase evaporation by raising the temperature of the water through radiant heat.
2,260 joules are required to evaporate 1 gram of boiling water.
Water is evaporated at any temperature but a high temperature favors evaporation.
Water is evaporated also at room temperature !
At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.
Water evaporate faster in sun because the temperature is higher.
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.
You can increase the temperature.
Water can be evaporated at any temperature.
Water can evaporate (enter the air as water vapor) at any temperature above the freezing point of the water. Water BOILS (changes state) at 100 °Celsius.