I want to put an imaginary experiment here. Suppose, there are two enclosed chambers side by side. One have saturated water-Ammonia solution in it and the other one is empty. The blank space of the two chambers are filled with Ammonia Vapour and both are connected by means of a tube. The temperature of the both chamber and its contents are 27°C and both are at same pressure level. Now, some liquid Ammonia has been sprayed inside the empty chamber. Both the chambers are well insulated. What will happen next? My knowledge of physics tell me that the Ammonia inside the empty chamber will quickly become cold and it will lower both the temperature and pressure inside the empty chamber and that will draw Ammonia out of the solution from the first chamber. This process will continue until all the liquid Ammonia in the second chamber will be evaporated. Am I right?