#1
Can water in a closed container inside in a drawer inside a room evaporate over a long period, over say... 3 months?
#3
if its perfectly sealed then no

but it wont be perfectly sealed so yes probably

itll probably take ages, im talking decades or centuries, to completely evaporate if the lids still on moderately tight
#4
If its perfectly sealed and in a dark place...then no.....
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I'm assuming that's why if you leave a bottle of water in a room for ages you can see the condensation on the sides.


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#6
It will evaporate whether the container is airtight or not, it just wont go anywhere; just condense on the sides or the lid or something and then drip back into the water. Just a very small scale of the water cycle you learn when you're like....5
#8
The air inside the "container" could only hold a certain amount of water (becomes saturated) so, unless air can get in or out, no it will not all evaporate.

Unless there is a very small amount of water.
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