The starting temperature makes a difference because the higher the starting

The starting temperature makes a difference because

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temperature. The starting temperature makes a difference because the higher the starting temperature for the liquid, the smaller amount of heat that needs to be added for it to evaporate. In this lab, the difference of starting temperature for separate liquids makes the slope of each solution misleading because some of them started closer to their heat of vaporization. Also, depending on where the lab is being conducted, the room temperature will be different so in
Answer questions in sentences and paragraphs 1.Why does evaporation cool a surface? 2.Why do the liquids have different rates of change (slopes)?

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