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Evaporation, Transpiration,Sublimation. Processes by which water changes phase- Liquid or solid to gas vapor. Learning Objectives: Evapotranspiration (ET) Learn what conditions are necessary for evaporation to occur Learn what factors control evaporation rates Learn how to measure ET
Evaporation vs. Condensation. Faith Workman Jeff Williams Emma Moore Reilly O’Hara. Condensation. Warming process Heat that caused vaporization is released back into the environment Gas to liquid. Evaporation. Cooling process Heat is absorbed from the environment to cause vaporization
Evaporation and condensation. Individual molecules can change phase any time Evaporation: Energy required to overcome phase cohesion Higher energy molecules near the surface can then escape Condensation: Gas molecules near the surface lose KE to liquid molecules and merge.
Evaporation & Condensation. You must be able to state that: evaporation is when a liquid turns into a gas condensation is when a gas turns into a liquid You should be able to: describe the conditions that increase the rate of evaporation or condensation .
Evaporation, Condensation, and Precipitation. The States of Water. Evaporation And Humidity States of water Solid (ice) Liquid (water) Gas (vapor). With the person next to you…. …write down as many places that you can think of in the environment that contain water.
Evaporation/condensation in a microscale. Robert Hołyst Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS, Poland. Vova Babin. kornienko. Maxwell (1877) – microscopically evaporation is driven by particles diffusion in the isothermal process. IS IT?. Leidenfrost effect (Hermann Boerhaave 1732,
Evaporation/condensation in a microscale . Robert Hołyst Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS, Poland. Vova Babin. kornienko. Maxwell (1877) – microscopically evaporation is driven by particles diffusion in the isothermal process. IS IT?. Leidenfrost effect (Hermann Boerhaave 1732,
Water Cycle beyond evaporation, condensation, precipitation. The process. 1 . The Sun, which drives the water cycle, heats water in oceans and seas. 2 . Water evaporates into water vapor in the air . Ice and snow can sublimate directly into water vapor.