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MCQ 1:

Statement related to the process of evaporation that is incorrect is

1. Evaporation occurs at any temperature
2. Evaporation takes place within the liquid
3. Temperature may change during evaporation
4. No bubbles are formed in the liquid during evaporation
MCQ 2:

Rate of evaporation is

1. directly proportional to the temperature of the liquid
2. inversely proportional to the temperature of the liquid
3. independent of the temperature of the liquid
4. directly proportional to the humidity of the surrounding air
MCQ 3:

Rate of evaporation increases as

1. the exposed surface area of the liquid increases
2. the exposed surface area of the liquid decreases
3. the movement of air above the surface of the liquid decreases
4. atmospheric pressure increases
MCQ 4:

Rate of evaporation decreases as

1. the temperature increases
2. the humidity of the surrounding air increases
3. the movement of air above the surface of the liquid increases
4. the atmospheric pressure decreases
MCQ 5:

Which of the following factors do not affect the rate of evaporation?

1. Temperature of the liquid
2. Humidity of the surrounding air
3. Depth of the liquid
4. Surface of the liquid