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What Is Evaporation? How Does It Differ From Boiling?

Answer:

Evaporation is defined as the process of conversion of liquid into vapour from the surface of the liquid at room temperature.

Evaporation Boiling
It takes place at any temperature. It takes place at boiling point only.
It takes place at the surface of liquid. It takes place at the entire volume of the liquid.
It is slow and silent process. It fast and noisy process.

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