Determine the value of convection mass transfer coefficient, Physics

On a summer day the air temperature is 27° C and the relative humidity is 30%. Water evaporates from the surface of a lake at a rate of 0.10 kg/h per square meter of water surface area. The temperature of the water is also 27°C. Determine the value of the convection mass transfer coefficient.

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