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1.)evaporation is a surface phenomenon whereas boiling is a bulk phenomenon.
2.)evaporation does not occurs at the boiling point whether it occurs below its boiling point whereas boiling occurs at boiling point.
3.)evaporation does not produce bubbles whereas boiling produce bubbles.
4.)evaporation can be occur in any temperature whereas boiling can be occur at a specific temperature.
5.)evaporation is a slow process whereas boiling is a fast process
6.)in evaporation few particles move fast and few at slow rate whereas the motion of particles is fast in boiling.
7.)evaporation occurs on the surface of the liquid whereas boiling occurs in the entire mass of the object.
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