What is evapouration?
Changing a liquid into a gaseous form is called evaporation. In this method, the mixture is heated. The liquid part of the mixture evaporates and escapes, leaving the solid part behind. For example, a mixture of common salt and water can be separated by evaporation. In fact, evaporating seawater is one of the oldest ways of obtaining salt.
It is also defined as the phenomenon of conversion of a liquid into its vapors at any temperature below its boiling point is known as evaporation.