After both wars Europe was exhausted and devastated. The difference was that the second major internecine war in Europe in a generation led to a profound change in political thinking, at least in Western Europe, about how states should conduct their relations. Die Stunde Null was the backdrop to the revolutionary ideas of the EU’s ‘founding fathers,’ statesmen such as Robert Schuman, Alcide De Gasperi, Jean Monnet who developed the novel idea of a community of states establishing a political system based on sharing sovereignty.
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Evaporation increases with an increase in the surface area
Evaporation increases with an increase in the surface areaIf the surface area is increased, then the amount is of liquid that is exposed to air is larger. More molecules can escape with a wider surface area. For e.g. We spread out clothes to dry. We do that because that speeds up the process of vaporization.
when the amount of heat is too much or at the 100 degree calcius so at that time the evaporation takes place at a faster rate
Dave Campbell explains that evaporation occurs when water changes from a liquid state to a gaseous state. ... When it occurs in plants, water is lost through microscopic pores in the plant's leaves (stomata). This process is called transpiration.
When you pour some water in presence of hot sun,,. after few minutes the water level decreases... this shows evaporation Def:. I too don't know sry yarrr
Evaporation occurs at temperatures below the boiling point, and occurs on the liquid's surface. For molecules of a liquid to evaporate, they must be located near the surface, be moving in the proper direction, and have sufficient kinetic energy to overcome intermolecular forces present in the liquid phase
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it is because the molecules of water and the mass of water is less compared to its boiling point. so as the mass is less the water evaporates easily and when it is high temp the mass and weight of molecules is more so it condenses
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water from rivers, lakes, streams, or oceans evaporates into the air when it is heated up by the sun. as the water vapor rises up in the air, it condenses, or starts to cool down and turns back into a liquid. then, droplets of water start to stick together as clouds. when enough droplets stick together in the clouds, become large and heavy and are pulled down towards the earth by the force of gravity. when water drops fall from clouds, it is called rain. sometimes the droplets freeze before get to the ground and become hail, snow or water.
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