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That is very dry air or about 20% humidity

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Relative humidity is the percentage of water vapor in the air compared to the maximum amount of water vapor that air can contain at a particular temperature. Relative humidity can be measured by an instrument called a psychrometer.



Absolute humidity refers to the amount of water vapor that exists in a given volume of air at a given time. Relative humidity is absolute humidity relative to the maximum humidity for the current temperature.


Relative humidity is a ratio for determining if water vapor is in the air. Absolute humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air.


It indicates how close the air is to saturation with water vapor. The maximum vapor content is determined by temperature.


The current water vapor content of the air (in question) AND the maximum amount of water vapor that it could carry.


Relative humidity is directly related to the amount of water vapor in air, and that's the relationship. The more water vapor that is in the air, the higher the relative humidity at a given temperature.


Relative humidity is the ratio of partial pressure of water vapor in a mixture to the saturated vapor pressure of water at a particular temperature. From this, a percentage will be reached which is the relative humidity.


Is the percentage of water vapor that is actually in the air compared to the maximum amount of water vapor the air can hold at a particular temperature.


The amount of water vapor present in air is called humidity. The amount of water present in air as a percent of the maximum amount that the air can hold at that particular temperature is called relative humidity.



Type your answer here... Relative humidity is the ratio of the amount of water vapor in the air to


For air to be saturated air it must contain the maximum amount of water vapor it can hold at a particular temperature. Relative humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air and to be fully saturated must be 100%.


Relative Humidity (RH), is how much water vapor is in the air at a certain time. Humidity, in my opinion, is just another way of saying how much water vapor is in the air.


They both equal water vapor.


Yes. It is the percentage of the maximum water vapor content for a given temperature.


Humidity is the amount of water vapor present in the air. The relative humidity is the measure of the amount of water vapor present in the air compared to the amount needed for saturation.


Relative humidity is a ratio of the actual water vapor content of the air to the amount of water vapor needed to reach saturation. Absolute humidity is the mass of water vapor contained in a given volume of air.


Hygrometers measure the relative humidity of the atmosphere. The relative humidity is the ratio between the present water vapor content of the air and the maximum amount of water vapor the air could hold at the same temperature. Cool air will not hold as much water vapor as warmer air. With the same amount of moisture in the air, an increase in temperature decreases the relative humidity, and if the temperature drops, relative humidity increases.


Relative humidity work with the amount of moist and water vapor that is all together.and that how all the vapor that is all together and that the type of moist that what call the relative humidity.


Relative humidity the exact amount of water vapor in the atmosphere (specific humidity)


The percentage of water vapor present compared to the maximum possible amount is called the relative humidity. At 50% relative humidity, the air holds half of the total amount that it could hold. In some cases, more water vapor may be added (or the temperature lowered) to increase the percentage above 100%.


The term is humidity.It is usually expresed as "relative humidity" which is the comparison between the amount in the air and the maximum that it can hold at a given temperature.Humidity


Humidity is the amount of water vapor at any given time and relative humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air compared to the greatest amount it can hold at that air temperature.


100%. The dew point of air is the temperature at which the air will become saturated. Saturation describes the condition of the air when it contains the maximum possible amount of water vapor. Relative humidity describes the percentage of the maximum possible water vapor content that the air holds at a given time (For example, the air may be able to hold 10 g/m3 of water vapor at a given temperature. It it contains 3 g/m3, it contains 30% of the maximum, so its relative humidity is 30%). When air reaches its dew point, it has become saturated. This means that the air now holds the maximum amount of water vapor possible -- 100% of the maximum. Therefore, relative humidity at the dew point is always 100%.



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