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Vaporisation:- 1. A bulk phenomena. 2. Occurs at a particular temperature 3. For eg. Boling water at 100 degree celcius or 373K Evaporation:- 1. Surface phenomena 2. Occurs at any temperature 3. For eg. Drying of wet clothes.
Evaporation takes place at all temp whereas vaporisation takes place only at boiling point. e is a slow process and v is a fast process. e takes place at surface only whereas v takes place throughout the mass of liquid.e causes cooling effect and v causes burn