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That can evaporate or undergo evaporation: evaporable liquids.

e·vap′o·ra·bil′i·ty n.
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Adj.1.evaporable - (used of substances) capable of being volatilized
volatile - evaporating readily at normal temperatures and pressures; "volatile oils"; "volatile solvents"
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[49] have reported contrary results and concluded that the higher dosage of sodium silicate resulted in the loss of less evaporable water, as more water took part in the polymerization reaction.
[26] ASTM, Standard Test Method for Total Evaporable Moisture Content of Aggregate by Drying, ASTM C 566, West Conshohocken, PA, USA, 2013.
The SIMDualKc model input data also included the non-observed (standard) parameters such as the basal crop coefficient ([K.sub.cb]), depletion fraction for no stress (p), as well as parameters that characterize soil water evaporation, such as total evaporable water (TEW), readily evaporable water (REW), thickness of the evaporation soil layer ([Z.sub.e]), and parameters for estimating deep percolation ([a.sub.D] and [b.sub.D]).
Results from previous research [9] approximate [r.sub.o] as the ratio of the evaporable water content of the cement hydrate, [w.sub.e], divided by the internal surface area of the pore structure, [[summation].sub.BET].
This fact limits the level of the [[lambda].sub.gaseous,ave] courses at higher temperatures, where nearly the whole liquid fuel mass is evaporable.