I understand what boiling and vaporization is. But what puzzles me is the phase diagram. When I spill a glass of water in my room, it will soon vaporize, though there was normal atmospheric pressure and 20 °C. If you look in phase diagram of water, it should be still liquid at this point.
I understand that molecules of water escape the surface and turn into vapor, but... is the phase diagram of water wrong then? The temperature and pressure didn't change around that spilled water and still it turns into gas, although (looking at the phase diagram), it should be liquid.