Does cool air follow warm air or warm air follow cool air?
um i think cold air follows warm air
What is true A warm air is less dense than cool air B warm air is as dense as cool air. C warm air has no density. D warm air is denser than cool air?
Warm air is less dense than cool air.
Warm air is above cool air.
Because warm air is less dense then cool air.
The answer is warm air. A boundary between cool and warm air tends to release this moisture.
Warm air has humidity, thus, causing warm air harder to breathe than cool air.
warm air will rise
molecules in the warm air are in much distance when compared with the molecules in the cool air.
Cool air sinks and warm air rises.
The cold air pushes under the warm air.
a warm front
The process of warm air rising and cool air sinking is called convection current The process of warm air rising and cool air sinking is called convection current
No. Warm air is less dense than cool air
Cool air, it is more dense.
Warm air. It's denser and can therefore hold more than cool air.
yes,air move.air can become warm and it can become cool,too.
It keeps you cool, and heating is to keep you warm.
yes the cool denser air sink while the warm less dense rises
Under, cool air is heavier.
No. Warm air holds more moisture than cool air because when cool air holds a lot of moisture, it condenses and turns into rain.
Yes, the cool air is lighter than the warm air and that is why Ac's are at the top or high level of the room so in this way when the AC gives out cool air it travels down and the warm air travels upwards and the whole room gets cool quickly.
Cold air is more dense than warm air. Warm air rises and cool air pushes down.
No, warm air is less denser than cold air.
Warm air. the temp of air is the measure of kinetic energy the air has.
It's called a warm front.
Cool air is more dense than warmer air.
There are more atoms in cold air than warm.
Cool air moving to take the place of warm air rising is also known as Wind
when warm air meets cool air and either one don't move its called a stationary front
Cool air is denser than warm air, making it less likely to rise. It also cannot hold as much moisture as warm air.
cool air is more dense then warm air so it tends to sink.
Cool dry Air
Actually, cool air tends to be more dense and flow under warm air
Cool air tends to sink, while warm air tends to rise.
The cool air sinks, while the warm air rises. If it does so with enough force and torque, a tornado or hurricane will form.
cool moist air
The result of warm air rising and cool air sinking is convection currents of air, causing wind. Even hurricanes are caused by this phenomenon.
A warm humidifier will warm the air and make sure it is moist. A cool humidifier just pumps through cool air that has been enriched with moisture from the internal water store.
warm and hummid, cool and huimid, warm and dry, cool and dry
cool and dry = high humid and warm = low
Warm air rises and cool air sinks.
Warm air rises at the equator and cold air sinks at the poles. Warm air expands and cool air contracts and compresses.
Because warm air rises over cool air. Warm air is less dense than cool air, and it's lifted by buoyancy and floats on the more dense cool air.
When warm air rises it continues to rise until it starts to cool down. Once it starts to cool down it begins to sink allowing more warm air to replace it. This is called convection.
No it's just less dense. For the same volume of air, warm air is lighter.
Warm air is less dense than cold air... therefore colder air sinks, while warm air rises.
Warm air drops and cool air rises, and when they meet they circle each other and if they go fast enough a tornado will form. ~believe me because i am a teacher
warm air, the heat is what is being taken out of the inside of the house.
cool air comes to fill the place where the expanding warm air leaves. this causes wind.