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Vocab dew point test

6th gr water vocab. Science

Water cycle The ongoing cycle of evaporation condensation and precipitation
Dew point The temperature needed for the air to become saturated with water. The dew point changes because there is always different amounts of water vapor in the air
Evaporation When a liquid turns into a gas. Think Of water evaporating out of a glass when it sits in the sun
Precipitation Rain, snow, sleet and hail- water (liquid or ice) that falls from the sky
Condensation When a gas turns into liquid. Think of a bathroom mirror fogging up when you take a shower or when you see your breath in winter
Humidity The amount of water vapor in the air
Relative humidity How much water vapor in the air compared to how much water vapor that it takes to saturate the air
Saturated When the air is holding as much water vapor as it can possibly hold
Water vapor When water turns into a gas
Condensation nuclei Small particles of on which water vapor can condense. (Smoke or dust)
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