Where does evaporation take place on earth?
Everywhere that water exists, there is some degree of evaporation (although much less in the coldest regions, particularly Antarctica). And water exists almost everywhere on Earth - there are some extremely dry deserts, however, where there is no significant amount of evaporation. I believe that the Gobi Desert is the driest.
Yes, evaporation can take place in the dark, in fact evaporation can take place any place and anytime. It is the factors in the environment that helps speed up the process evaporation. Heat, area of exposed surface and agitation (such as stirring). Therefore evaporation can still take place in dark but only slower.
Evaporation is the process in which there is a change of state from liquid to gas. Condensation it is the process in which there is a change of state from gaseous to liquid or solid. Evaporation takes place from surfaces, all the time at all places Condensation can take place on surfaces, or at any place in a gas, though it is often aided by the presence of dust or other small particles. Evaporation absorbs…