Why does water evaporate?

leej1
Asked Feb 23, 2010
Edited Feb 23, 2010
With heat, the molecules are excited and expand, thus going into our atmosphere in the form of gas. Well if the water is heated enough, it will change state at a much higher rate creating steam.

Sorry, I'm not too good at explaining this...
Oni_Kami
Answered Feb 23, 2010

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