Evaporation, the process by which a liquid or a solid changes into a vapor. A substance may evaporate in one of two ways: (1) by changing into a vapor at the surface, as when water evaporates from an uncovered dish; or (2) by boiling, that is, by changing to vapor both within the substance as well as at its surface.
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