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ShivaniMemberJune 9, 2021 at 6:22 pm::
As we can see on the surface of the water, we can think of this as a border between the water and the air. that is, we shall see that this is the limit – this is the water molecules that are found in a combination of, on the one hand, the fluid in the form of water, and, on the other hand, we can see that the water molecules in the gaseous water (water vapor). the number of water molecules on both sides, is often on the balance sheet, of which the metabolic rate, which means that the fluid, by buxarlanır, the same amount of water, the molecules of the vapour of gas.
ofc, this is an oversimplification, because if you leave the water for a very long time, it’s going to go away, because the water molecules, such as water vapor at the water surface, it will spread out in the air, and that the spread is going to result in is a large amount of water vapour on the surface of the water. however, this does not change how many of the molecules that will be out of the water, it is the number of molecules condensing water vapor back into the water, and the water over a period of time (again, this is another step towards simplification, as it does not take into account the impact of the total energy and the temperature of the liquid water is changed, as a result, and most likely over a period of time, the number of water molecules evaporating from the surface of the water decreases, the water as it loses energy, and the temperature of the times, however, these and other details are not essential to answering the question).
so, now that you are blowing air across the water, you’ll blow away all of the water vapor at the surface, and the acceleration of this is to spread the process, not to mention the fact that you’re blowing on the water, the molecules of water, which makes them go faster and faster.
now, you will have a double effect. the first is the power, increase the revenue, and the diffusion coefficient of water vapour in the second – to increase the speed of the molecules of the water, in the water. the speed is equivalent to an increase in energy, and now it’s the water, the water molecules break up into each other, there is a change of pace, and the energy is given, it is assumed that one of them will fall to the other with enough energy to bring water to grow. now there is even more water to evaporate from the surface of the water.