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A little chem help please

logisticswizardlogisticswizard Posts: 1,147Registered User Senior Member
edited January 2006 in High School Life
Could someone please help me with this question. I'm not trying to mooch, but I'm just not sure.

It's about saturation temperature.
If some water evaporates in the test tube before we measure saturation temperature, would the resulting temperature be too high or too low?

I think it would be too low because evaporation cools it, but I'm not sure.

Can someone please explain. Thanks.
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