Why does gasoline entering the cylinder of an internal combustion engine evaporate mainly not during

Why does gasoline entering the cylinder of an internal combustion engine evaporate mainly not during the suction stroke, but during the compression stroke?

Gasoline is warmer during the compression stroke, this contributes to faster evaporation

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