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Would water evaporate faster in a wide glass than in a narrower glass?

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Water evaporate faster in a wide glass than in a narrower glass.

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A wide glass exposes a greater surface area, and will evaporate quicker.


A glass of water evaporate faster without a lid.


It depends on how much light is shining on the glass. If there is a lot, then the water in the dark glass will evaporate faster because the temperature will be higher. If there is no light, then it does not matter.


Wide glass because the water has more surface area to heat up and evaporate.


Does not evaporate faster but does absorb so it will go away faster.


At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.


a puddle of water will evaporate faster because it has a larger surface area that is, it has more of its moleccules in contact with the air Yes, the more air the same amount of water can cover, the faster it will evaporate. In a glass, there is much water that gets tiny amounts of air under the surface and not enough to evaporate. If the same amount of water was poured on a level flat surface (no puddle), it would evaporate very quickly.



It will evaporate. The rate is going to be dependant upon the relative humidity in the air. The lower the humidity, the faster it will evaporate.


it would melt faster in a glass container faster.


Two things, depth and surface area. A puddle is generally shallow and large, meaning there is more area for the sun to heat, which more water can evaporate at a faster rate. A glass of water is small and deep, so the process is slower. Now if you took the same volume of water that was in the glass and poured it onto the floor, the water would evaporate faster.


NO Because the vapor pressure of alcohol is greater than water. The higher the V.P. the faster the rate of evaporation


A glass of water evaporates because the liquid water in the glass is turning into water vapor. It turns into water vapor because the tiny pieces that make up water are moving faster and faster, and then they turn into water vapor.


It really shouldn't make a difference. It is the surface area that is important.



Evaporation depends upon temperature so in the summer evaporation is accelerated.


If you leave it out in a windowsill, it's a 99percent that it will.


Melts faster in glass than in what? Than in metal, no, metal conducts heat better than glass, in a plastic bowl?? It would depend on the container.



It depends on heat I would estimate 5 mins at most


Acetone evaporates on its own very quickly and will naturally leave a deposit of residue.æ Do not put acetone in a plastic container use glass, and if you need it to evaporate faster you can, very carefully, heat it slightly.


It would evaporate more quickly wherever the temperature difference is greatest. In an enclosed space when the air becomes saturated then this would slow down the evaporation rate.


it travels faster through glass it travels faster through glass


On a "muggy" day we would expect to see dew points closer to the actual temperature, thus because of what we know about dew points (the temperature at which the air must be to be fully saturated with water vapor) we would notice that the glass of water would take much longer to evaporate into the air than the glass on a cool dry day. Simply put - because there is less water vapor in the air on a dry day the water would evaporate quicker.


Ice would melt faster in a glass cup because the heat transfer is greatest with glass out of these three materials. Glass is quite a good conductor of heat, plastic is much poorer and styrofoam even poorer still.



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