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MilissaMcaree
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apply the law of conservation of mass to explain how mass is conserved when water evaporates 

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lolo16

The law of conservation holds that mass can not be destroyed but can only take on different forms. So if 5 g of water becomes a gas it becomes 5 g of water vapor. The mass of the liquid water is simply transferred into the mass of the newly formed water vapor. 

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