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Table 2

The effect of solar light intensity on water evaporation rate

NumberZero-order kinetic equationWater evaporation rate (kg·m−2·min−1)Water evaporation rate (kg·m−2·h−1)R2
y = 0.00521x − 0.00249 0.00521 0.31 0.9941 
y = 0.01183x − 0.00571 0.01183 0.71 0.9932 
y = 0.00589x − 0.00281 0.00589 0.35 0.9838 
y = 0.01633x − 0.00788 0.01633 0.98 0.9998 
y = 0.00622x − 0.00298 0.00622 0.37 0.9859 
y = 0.02150x − 0.01037 0.02150 1.29 0.9925 
y = 0.00708x − 0.00338 0.00708 0.42 0.9946 
y = 0.02983x − 0.01439 0.02983 1.79 0.9947 
NumberZero-order kinetic equationWater evaporation rate (kg·m−2·min−1)Water evaporation rate (kg·m−2·h−1)R2
y = 0.00521x − 0.00249 0.00521 0.31 0.9941 
y = 0.01183x − 0.00571 0.01183 0.71 0.9932 
y = 0.00589x − 0.00281 0.00589 0.35 0.9838 
y = 0.01633x − 0.00788 0.01633 0.98 0.9998 
y = 0.00622x − 0.00298 0.00622 0.37 0.9859 
y = 0.02150x − 0.01037 0.02150 1.29 0.9925 
y = 0.00708x − 0.00338 0.00708 0.42 0.9946 
y = 0.02983x − 0.01439 0.02983 1.79 0.9947 

Water evaporation under (1#) 1 sun, (3#) 2 sun, (5#) 4 sun, (7#) 5.7 sun irradiance.

Water evaporation with PVDF/Ti3C2 under (2#) 1 sun, (4#) 2 sun, (6#) 4 sun, (8#) 5.7 sun irradiance.

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