Like Earth, Titan has weather, with evaporation, clouds, rain, and wind.
Unless big storms hit, summer evaporation and lawn-watering is going to push things back into the critical mode.
After reaching the lake these fresh waters, in the ordinary meaning of the term, are concentrated by evaporation.
Fortunately, beds of excellent salt were found, formed by the evaporation of salt water in basins on the land.
Warming the glass slightly, evaporation is promoted, but by evaporation the water only is removed.
evaporation of its water the principal change it undergoes, 334.
Nevertheless, the young and vigorous Caspian only represents the first stage in the process of evaporation of an inland sea.
This is more rapid in its evaporation than spirits of wine, but is very expensive.
The residue left on the evaporation of chloroform should be employed for testing.
But seasoning implies other changes besides the evaporation of water.
evaporation e·vap·o·ra·tion (ĭ-vāp'ə-rā'shən)
A change from liquid to vapor form.
Loss of volume of a liquid by conversion into vapor. Also called volatilization.
The change of a liquid into a vapor at a temperature below the boiling point. Evaporation takes place at the surface of a liquid, where molecules with the highest kinetic energy are able to escape. When this happens, the average kinetic energy of the liquid is lowered, and its temperature decreases.