Define the following terms: Vaporisation - Chemistry

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Define the following terms: Vaporisation

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The heating process by which a liquid changes into its vapour state is called vaporisation.

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Chapter 3: Matter - Exercise 3

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Chapter 3 Matter
Exercise 3 | Q 3.2

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