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Water in the Air

The tale of studying

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Evaporation is the process by which the water molecules in liquid try to escape into air as water vapor.
Humidity is a measure of the amount of water vapor in the air.
Relative Humidity The percentage of water vapor in the air in the air compared to the maximum amount of air could hold.
Saturated Cannot hold anymore water.
Psychrometer has two thermometers wet bulb and dry bulb
Condensation The process by which molecules of water vapor in the air becomes liquid water.
Dew Point The temperature at which condensation begins.
Cumulus Clouds that look fluffy, rounded piles of cotton.
Stratus Clouds that form in flat layers.
Cirrus Wispy, feathery clouds.
Dew Water that condenses from the air onto a cold surface , such as blades of grass.
Frost is ice that has been deposited directly from the air onto a cold surface.
Created by: POPCORN464