Is breeze matter

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Yes, breeze is matter. The characteristics of matter are that they occupies space and has mass. Breeze is basically moving air and since air is matter( it takes up space and has mass), breeze is therefore matter as well. Hope this helps!

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A sentence using the word breeze?

By the time we finished our lunch, the breeze was just perfect for flying our kites.

Cool breeze at night caused by differences in heating and cooling rates of land and water?

sea breeze

Sea breeze forms when?

A sea breeze forms when air over land becomes warmer than the air over the nearby water.

Is the sea colder at night?

No, that's why there's land breeze at night, and sea breeze during the day. Sea breeze occurs during the day so it means it's colder than the land during the day. Hope you understand! :D

What does a name of a wind tell us?

A name of a wind can tell us a lot about the characteristics of the wind. For example a sea breeze is typically a local wind that blows from the sea to the land while a land breeze is the opposite. Names of winds can also indicate the strength of the wind; for instance a gale is a strong wind while a breeze is a mild wind. Other names may also describe the direction of the wind such as a northwesterly wind. The following list provides a more detailed explanation of what a name of a wind can tell us: Local or regional origin (e.g. sea breeze land breeze) Strength (e.g. gale breeze) Direction (e.g. northwesterly) Season (e.g. summer sea breeze monsoon wind) Time of day (e.g. morning breeze sunset breeze)In addition some wind names are based on mythological or folkloric sources such as the witch wind or devil wind. Despite the variety of names and meanings all wind names tell us something about the characteristics of a particular wind.