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I Why do hot dishes dry faster?

  1. Jan 3, 2017 #1
    Why do hot dishes dry faster than cold ones? Does a high temperature mean more energy and so it evaporates or something? Or does a high temperature lead to the water molecules being more 'slippery' and so there is more run off? Thanks PF!
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    How does "vapor pressure" depend upon temperature?
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