evaporation

[ ih-vap-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF evaporation

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Round these there were circles of dampness, showing that evaporation was taking place.

It's evaporation that puts water into the air, isn't it, sir?

Evaporation and condensation, woods and glaciers, have all been brought into play.

Study for a few days the effect of evaporation on the several soils.

To provide a mulch of dry soil so as to prevent the evaporation of moisture.

Evaporation is allowed to take place to some extent by delaying the drying.

Either of these substances help to retain the ammonia and prevent its evaporation.

The salt can be recovered from the filtrate by evaporation of the water.

Fortunately, beds of excellent salt were found, formed by the evaporation of salt water in basins on the land.

Evaporation of its water the principal change it undergoes, 334.

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