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1. Evaporation takes place at all temperatures, while boiling occurs at a particular temperature.
2. Evaporation takes place from the surface, whereas the entire liquid boils.
3. Evaporation can occur using the internal energy of the system, while boiling requires an external source of heat.
4. Evaporation produces cooling but boiling does not.
5. Evaporation is a slow process while boiling is a rapid process.

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2015-02-10T22:13:11+05:30

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Boiling is the process of rapid vaporization of liquid which occurs when a liquid is heated to its boiling point.
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Evaporation is the process by which water is converted from its liquid from to its vapor form.
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