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the process of changing a liquid into gass is called?

the process of  changing  a liquid  into  gass is  called?

Grade:9

8 Answers

Mahima Kanawat
1010 Points
2 years ago
Dear
Mahima Kanawat
1010 Points
2 years ago
Dear student
The process of changing liquid into gas is called evaporation or vaporization. 
WITH REGARDS 
MAHIMA 
ASKIITIANS FORUM EXPERT 
TADA POOJAN
15 Points
2 years ago
Dear student
 The process of changing liquid to gas  is known as evaporation or vapourization .
Regards,
Poojan
jayprakash pal
31 Points
2 years ago
This process of change--liquid to gas--is called evaporation or vaporization. for an example whaen we heat up the water,it converted into vepor and this proces is knoen as evaporation or vaporization.
john cena
35 Points
2 years ago
the process of  changing  a liquid  into  gas is  called evapouristaion or vapourisation. for example keep the water in sunlight, note the amount of water. After a break you can observe the amount of water get reduced.
this is happen because of evapourisation
REENU SIVADARSHINI.M
118 Points
2 years ago
 THE PROCESS OF CHANGING LIQUID INTO AIR IS CALLED VAPORIZATION .
  VAPORIZATION :
            IT IS DEFINED AS THE PHASR TRANSITION  FROM LIQUID PHASE TO VAPOUR PHASE , IT IS OF 2 TYPES  * EVAPORATION 
              *BOILING 
 
Parishkrit Parashar
36 Points
one year ago
It is called evapouration, which can also be known as vapourisation, and a special case of evapouration is boiling
Sreevatsa Rajesh
34 Points
one year ago
evaporation. it is also known as vaporisation.
it loosens the attraction of molecules in liquid
Image result for liquid particles     liquid
 
Image result for gas particles gas 
by giving heat the molecules losen thus changing the liquid to gas
 

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