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2015-10-30T16:17:27+05:30

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Evaporation is a cooling process which doesn't require external heat whereas boiling is a process in which heat is externally provided.ex.if we keep water outside it evaporates but if we provide heat externally with the help of burner etc then it is known as boiling.boiling and evaporation both depends on temperature.
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2015-10-30T16:17:35+05:30

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boiling point:-
1: boiling point is the point that which a liquid starts boiling .
2: boiling point does not causes cooling .
evaporation:-
1: evaporation occurs below the boiling point .
2: evaporation causes cooling .
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