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1) Water evaporates from the surface of oceans and lakes. It condenses in the air and then falls back to the Earth. It drains across the terrain and flows back into a lake or possibly the ocean. Now it is ready to be evaporated again.
2) In the solid phase the molecules are fixed in a lattice. In the liquid phase they can be held together by surface tension. In the gas phase they are completely dissociated from one another.
3) (a) More wind increases the amount of evaporation....
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