There is not a specific temperature that water must be in order for it to evaporate. However, as temperature rises, evaporation typically increases because water molecules are moving more quickly. The faster they move, t... More »

Water evaporates when molecules at the interface of water and air have enough energy to escape the forces that hold them together in the liquid. Evaporation, along with boiling, is a type of vaporization. More »

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Water evaporates because individual water molecules break free of the bonds that hold them all together as a liquid. While water evaporates more in heat, it is possible for it to evaporate in cold conditions. More »

Although the rate at which water evaporates varies depending on temperature, humidity, wind speed and other factors, the average swimming pool loses about 1/4 inch of water per day. Direct sunlight also speeds the rate o... More »

Water evaporates because individual water molecules break free of the bonds that hold them all together as a liquid. While water evaporates more in heat, it is possible for it to evaporate in cold conditions. More »

Alcohols, such as ethanol and methanol, evaporate at a rate similar to other compounds of their type, but water evaporates comparatively slowly because of its strong bonds. Water molecules easily form hydrogen bonds with... More »

Warm water evaporates faster than cold water as the energy required to release water molecules from the surface is more readily available in the form of heat. Heat is the key to ensuring greater movement between molecule... More »