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As a liquid evaporated from an open container, its

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Problem 19

As a liquid evaporated from an open container, its temperature was observed to remain roughly constant. When the same liquid evaporated from a thermally insulated container (a vacuum bottle or Dewar flask), its temperature was observed to drop. How would you account for this difference?

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Author: Ralph Petrucci
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