Is water vapor a solid liquid or a gas?
Water (H2O) comes in three different physical states; liquid, solid and gas. Water vapor is water in a gaseous state. Water vapor can be produced from the evaporation or boiling of liquid water or through the sublimation of ice. Typically water vapor is constantly being created by evaporation. Unlike the solid or liquid state of water, water vapor is not visible to the human eye.
Water vapor is a gas.
Ice is a solid. Water vapor is a gas. Water is a liquid.
Liquid water is a liquid, ice is a solid and water vapor is a gas.
H2O is water. It can be all three. As a solid, it is ice. As a liquid, it is water in the sense of bottled water. As a gas it is water vapor (an example of water vapor is steam).
water equals liquid , water vapor equals gas and ice equals solid
water vapor is a gas
Water vapour is a gas.
Water vapor is an atomized liquid, appearing in gaseous form.
You know the steam coming out of a tea pot when it gets hot? Well that is water vapor, when water gets to hot that's what it turns into. Which water vapor is a gas. Water can come in 3 different states, a solid, liquid, and a gas. Solid=ice, liquid=water, gas=water vapor.
solid: ice liquid: water gas: water vapor
H2O. when it's a solid, it is ice. when it's a gas, it is water vapor. when it's a liquid, it is water.
You can you change liquid water into a solid (ice) by lowering its temperature. You can you change liquid water into a gas (water vapor) by raising its temperature.
solid liquid and gas Solid form: Ice, Liquid form: water, Gas form: water vapor / steam
A liquid. However there are different stages that water can be: solid (ice) liquid (water) or gas (vapor)
no, water is a liquid (regular water), solid (ice), and a gas (water vapor).
gas -> liquid = condensation liquid -> solid = solidification (freezing) solid -> gas = sublimation gas -> solid = deposition solid -> liquid = melting liquid -> solid = vaporization
To 'convert into vapor' means to change something from the liquid or solid state into a gas. Examples: boiling water (liquid to gas) or dry ice (a solid turning into gas).
A mist is a gas. It is not a solid or a liquid. An example of a solid would be a rock, of a liquid would be water and of gas would be steam. Other examples of are gas: steam vapor/vapour (water vapour)
Water. Water vapor, water liquid, and ice respectively
water is the only object that can be a liquid(water),solid(ice)and gas(vapor).
Yes, for example if an ice cube (solid) melts than that water (liquid) evaporates and turns in to water vapor than the solid did turn into a gas from ice cube to water vapor.
Solid is snow; liquid is rain and gas is water vapor
Water can be in any form. However, usually water is referring to a liquid. Gas = Steam Solid = Ice
There are not two changes in mattter - six examples are shown below Gas to liquid e.g. steam to water (condensation) Liquid to solid e.g. water to ice (freezing) Solid to liquid e.g. ice to water (melting) Liquid to gas e.g. water into steam (evaporation/vaporization) Solid to gas/vapor and the reverse e.g. solid iodine become vapor (sublimation)
Neither, its water vapor, so its a gas.
Well, in the water cycle, There is gas, and liquid, and solid. Gas is the water vapor going up into the clouds. Liquid, can be preciptation/the rain. And solid can be hail.
Boiling - when the liquid/solid is heated to a gas. Evaporating - when the air/room temperature is hotter than the surface of the solid/liquid so the water turns into water vapor.
Gas and vapor are commonly used as synonyms. However, a vapor is a specific type of gas. A vapor is a gas whose molecules gained energy and vaporized from a substance who at room temperature is either a solid or liquid. An example is water. Water is a liquid at room temperature, so when it becomes a gas it is referred to as water vapor.
CHANGES OF STATE change of state (or change of phase) of a substance describes the change of a substance from a solid to a liquid, liquid to a vapor (or gas), vapor to a liquid, liquid to a solid, solid to vapor, or vapor to a solid. In meteorology you are concerned primarily with the change of state of water in the air. Water is present in the atmosphere in any or all of the… Read More
Gas (Water Vapor), Liquid (Water), Solid, (Ice)
Ice water is partially solid and partially liquid, hence the ice and water. Water vapor forms when liquid water evaporates and turns into a gas.
When water is water vapor it is in the form of a gas. When water is just water by itself it is a liquid. When water is in a form such as ice it is a solid.
No: Vapor is defined as the gas phase of a substance that is mostly solid or liquid at equilibrium at standard temperature and pressure. Therefore, a liquid itself is never a vapor, but the liquid is in equilibrium with a vapor phase that contains the same chemical substance.
Solid, liquid, or a gas. However, they can also change forms. Take ice for an example--if you heat it, it goes from a solid, to water (a liquid) to water vapor (a gas).
Some solute-solvent combinations are: example (solute state-solvent state) oxygen in nitrogen (gas-gas) carbon dioxide in water (gas-liquid) water vapor in air (liquid-gas) alcohol in water (liquid-liquid) mercury in silver and tin, dental amalgam (liquid-solid) sugar in water (solid-liquid) copper in nickel (MonelTM alloy) (solid-solid)
all of them ice is water and ice is a solid water vapor is gas water is a liquid
Yes. Think about water vapor. It is a gas. It can turn into a liquid form, water, and it doesn't have to. It can turn into a solid. Like an ice cube.
when water gains or loses heat, it changes its state. When liquid water gains heat, it changes its state from liquid to gas. It becomes water vapor. When solid gains heat, it melts an changes its state from solid to liquid. When gas loses heat, it condenses into liquid. Gas, to liquid. When liquid loses heat, it becomes solid
No it is just condensed water vapor and it holds a liquid or precipitation. So it is a gas and liquid.
Zinc is all, a solid, liquid, and a gas. when it is melted, it is a liquid, when the liquid is heated, it becomes a vapor, a gas, and when the liquid is froze is is a solid.
Order. Solid, liquid,gas/vapor. So It's when Liquid converts into a gas/vapor.
gas looks like steam (water vapor) if you ever have your mother cook something on the stove and you see steam that's gas and a solid liquid looks like frozen water or whatever is solid
Dihydrogen oxide (water) is the only substance that exists in the atmosphere as a solid (snow, ice), a liquid (rain), and a gas (water vapor).
Water is a compound, whether a solid, liquid, or gas.
water can exist in three forms liquid - water gas - vapor solid - ice
Ice is the solid form of water water vapor is the gas form water is the liquid form
Water in three of its forms is solid which is ice, liquid which is just water, and gas which is water vapor.
Phases of water: Ice - Solid form Water - Liquid form Water vapor - Gas form
When liquid water freezes, it becomes a solid. When it liquid water evaporates, it becomes a gas. When it rains, water vapor becomes a liquid as a result of condensation.
1. Solid to liquid - melting (ice to water) 2. Liquid to gas - vaporization (water to water vapor) 3. Liquid to solid- crystallization (freezing - water to ice) 4. Gas to liquid - condensation (making liquid nitrogen) 5. Gas to plasma - ionization More rarely observed is : 6. Solid to gas (sublimation - dry ice to carbon dioxide)