Evaporation of material takes place-above its boiling point a) above its melting point b) below its boiling point c) below its melting point

Evaporation is the process of molecules leaving the surface of a liquid and entering the space beyond the surface. It depends on partial pressure of the particular molecule. Higher the temperature, more the energy, so higher the rate of evaporation. The reason of evaporation at any temperature is the molecules of a substance are always in motion.

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