it cant just disappear
The reason you don't see water evaporating from your hair is because there isn't enough water evaporating to condense into a visible gaseous form. Your hair can probably only hold about half a glass of water and a blow dryer doesn't exactly target all of the water in your hair at once.
If you want to see water evaporating, you can always boil some water :)
It evaporates into the air. Your right it does not disappear. It becomes water vapor. It ends up in the atmosphere, then rains back down. Did you know that all the fresh water we have and are using now is the same water that has been here since the begining of time? It gets used, and used again.
The heat is just accelerating the evaporation. The water is still "here" just in a different form. If you ever have any water questions, I have a pretty good chance of knowing the answer. P.S. ( I never cheat by looking anything up first, all my answers on here are off the cuff)
it evapourates into water vapour and rises in to the air and forms clouds and then it rains which is called precipitation. when i was like 5 i thought tiny invisible fairies drank it, wee'd on whale clouds then they cried which caused the rain lol
it evaporates into the air. it then becomes cloudes and when the water gets heavy enough, it falls and becomes rain. then the cycle starts over again
It gets treated again by another city on down the river so to speak, and it has to meet strict standards.
is it the same then when you blow dry your hair? cuz you never see the evaporated water while drying it
yeah otherwise there would probaly be a lot of lawsuits from ppl getting sick lol
Just think of how many times the water we drink was in someone's toilet :(
you cant see air eather. that doesnt mean that it isnt there
wow! but when you blow dry your hair you never see it
eww but yeah your right
thanks :) lol