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The higher the air temperate the higher the evaporation rate because there is more heat available in the air. Additionally the air can absorb more water before it becomes saturated (relative humidity of 100%).

You get more information on this subject by reviewing the Wikipedia article on psychometrics below.

Niel Leon

6 years ago


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