what is the difference between evaporation and cooling

The differences between evaporation and boiling can be illustrated by the following points-
1. Evaporation occurs on the surface of the liquid whereas boiling occurs at the entire mass of the liquid.
2. Boiling occurs rapidly whereas evaporation is a slow process.
3. Evaporation occurs at any temperature whereas boiling occurs at a specific temperature.
4. The motion of particles is fast in boiling whereas in evaporation few particles move slowly and few at a faster rate.
5. There is formation of bubbles in boiling, but bubbles are not seen in case of evaporation.
For example, Rainwater evaporates from warm pavement after a thunderstorm.
While bubbling water or bubbling gravy are examples of boiling.

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what is the difference between evaporation and boiling

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