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No. Steam is the gaseous form of water, and is invisible. The cloud of white stuff you can see above a boiling kettle is water vapor; droplets formed by the condensation of the steam as it collides with the cooler air outside the kettle.

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Q: Is water vapor the same as steam?
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Water vapor and steam are the same thing?

yes


Why is water vapor and steam the same?

Water vapor and steam are the same thing, but that stuff you can see isn't steam. Neither steam nor water vapor are visible. The cloud of white stuff you can see above a boiling kettle is water droplets formed by the condensation of the water vapor/steam as it collides with the cooler air outside the kettle.


The same meaning as the word water vapor?

steam


What words mean the same as steam?

Water vapor.


Why is water vapor different from steam?

It isn't. Water vapor and steam are the same thing, but that stuff you can see isn't steam. Neither steam nor water vapor are visible. The cloud of white stuff you can see above a boiling kettle is water droplets formed by the condensation of the water vapor/steam as it collides with the cooler air outside the kettle.


Steam is in what stage of the water cycle?

Well Vapor And Steam Are The Same Thing,In That Case It Would Be Evaporation Since Vapor/Steam When Liquid Turns Into A Gas :)


What are examples of water vapor?

Water vapor can be found in steam, clouds, and fog


Is it true or false water vapor and stream are the same thing?

water vapor and steam ARE the same thing. they are both caused by water heating up and evaporating.


Are water vapor and steam the same thing?

Yes, but that stuff you can see isn't steam. Neither steam nor water vapor are visible. The could of white stuff you can see above a boiling kettle is water droplets formed by the condensation of the water vapor/steam as it collides with the cooler air outside the kettle.


True or false water vapor is the same thing as steam?

true


Steam is to water as liquid is to vapor?

Close... water:steam::liquid:vapor (or, in normal words, "Water is to steam as liquid is to vapor.") Steam is water vapor, but that stuff you can see isn't steam. Neither steam nor water vapor are visible. The cloud of white stuff you can see above a boiling kettle is water droplets formed by the condensation of the water vapor/steam as it collides with the cooler air outside the kettle.


True or false water vapor is the same as steam?

They're both water in gaseous form.


Difference between steam and water vapor?

There technically is no difference, but steam is more visible and is said to be hotter than the water vapor we inhale. But once the steam cools down it is water vapor.


Is water vapor steam?

Yes water vapor is steam. It is formed when water heats up to 100 degrees Celsius.


Can you feel water vapor?

yes it can. when you feel steam it is water vapor


What is the solvent and solutes in steam?

Steam is not a solution; steam is water vapor.


How is steam different from water vapor?

So specifically steam will form when you boil water. While water vapor forms when the sun evaporates water. Steam you would most likely see, while water vapor is more of an invisible gas.


What is water in vapor form called?

steam, fog, water vapor, mist...


What are some examples of water as gas?

Steam (in all its uses), water vapor (as in humidity).


Is vapor the same as steam?

yes


What is the formula of steam?

The ter for steam is H2O or water vapor.


Is water vapor and steam the same thing?

yes, like fog is the same as water vapor. i learned this in science the other day. because my teacher said there is water vapor on the mountain.. and i was like yeah theres fog too! HE LAUGHED FOREVER!


What is water vapour formed of?

Water. Water vapor occurs when water evaporates, or heats up so much that it turns into a gas. This gas is called water vapor, or steam, although steam is hot water vapor.


Is heat the same thing as steam?

No. Steam is warm water vapor. Heat is added or external energy that causes a rise in temperature.


Can you see steam?

No. True steam is transparent. The white puffs of vapor you see coming from a tea kettle are water vapor, not steam.