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What Is The Difference Between Evaporation And Vaporization?

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Vaporization of an element or compound is a phase transition from the liquid phase to gas phase. There are two sorts of vaporization: Evaporation and boiling.
Evaporation is a phase transition from the liquid phase to gas phase that occurs at temperatures below the critical temperature.
Boiling is a phase transition from the liquid phase to gas phase that occurs at temperatures above the critical temperature.
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The spontaneous removal of liquid molecules from the surface of liquid is called evaporation. During evaporation, the molecules which have a large kinetic energy escape from the surface of liquid at the temperature less than critical temperature. The reverse process of evaporation is called condensation.

The process during which liquid phase changes into gaseous phase is called vaporization. If the temperature of a liquid increases, the pressure of molecules of the liquid also increases. When the pressure of molecules of liquid becomes equal to the atmospheric pressure, the molecules of liquid change into vapors. The temperature at which pressure of molecules becomes equal to the atmospheric pressure is called boiling point.
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Vaporization can be described as a phase transition where a substance changes its phase from liquid to gas. The main difference between evaporation and vaporization is that Evaporation refers to a specific type of vaporization which occurs at temperatures below the boiling point of a liquid.

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