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Friday, 5 June 2015

Why Evaporation produces cooling

Why Evaporation produces cooling. 

Answer: In the process of evaporation, water molecules get some of the required kinetic energy to overcome the force of attraction between its particles to get
escaped from atmospheric temperature and some of the kinetic energy from its neighbouring molecules.

Because of getting some of the kinetic energy from neighbouring molecules, the temperature of neighbouring molecules of water decreases which is resulted in cooling effect.

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