difference between boiling and evaporation
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- Evaporation takes place at all temperatures, while boiling occurs at a particular temperature.
- Evaporation takes place from the surface, whereas the entire liquid boils.
- Evaporation can occur using the internal energy of the system, while boiling requires an external source of heat.
- Evaporation produces cooling but boiling does not.
- Evaporation is a slow process while boiling is a rapid process.