Will water evaporate at room temperature?
Yes, it is a normal phenomenon. Vaporization is the term used for the phase transformation from liqiud to a gas at the boiling point.
Yes, if you place a cupful of water and a cupful of gasoline in a sunny window. Both cups have the same volume of liquid in them. 24 hours later you observe that both cups have less liquid in them, but there is less gasoline than water, why? Because gasoline, or petrol, is supposed to evaporate in room temperature, gas does not freeze but it can evaporate slower by colder temperature.
Does is a liquid at room temperature, raising the temperature will certainly not turn it into a solid. Think about water. Raising the temperature of water will evaporate it and make it a gas. The only way to increase the temperature of something to make it into a solid is to also greatly increase the pressure.
lets say you have a cup of water that is cold. when the air at roomtemperature hits the glass (look below) the air condenses because it is cold. this forms little drops on the outside of cup. this continues till the water is at room temperature them the water proceeds to evaporate. (When a temperature is warm molecules spread out and when they are cold they condense.)
Yes. If the chloroform is in a confined space, only a small fraction of it will evaporate, but if gas circulation sweeps away the chloroform vapor from contact with the liquid chloroform and there is an adequate supply of heat from the environment to maintain room temperature, eventually the entire sample will evaporate.