Water Evaporation Coefficient

Rachael Miles, Allen Haddrell & Jonathan Reid
The kinetics of water droplet evaporation have been measured using a cylindrical electrodynamic balance, recording the evolving size of droplets over time. Measurements have been made over a range of temperatures extending from 248 to 293 K. From these data, the vapour pressure of water (including under super-cooled conditions) has been inferred. A constraint has also been placed on the value of the evaporation coefficient. This work was undertaken as part of the NERC grant...
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