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Yes. If the chloroform is in a confined space, only a small fraction of it will evaporate, but if gas circulation sweeps away the chloroform vapor from contact with the liquid chloroform and there is an adequate supply of heat from the environment to maintain room temperature, eventually the entire sample will evaporate.

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Q: Can chloroform evaporate at room temperature?
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