Is water vapour a part of the water cycle?
Yes - after water evaporates from the ocean, lakes, and other bodies of water and before it condenses to form clouds, it is in vapor form.
the hydrogen cycle is simply the water cycle. this cycle is all about how water is recycled throughout the planet. # Water is split into hydrogen and oxygen by the process of elecrolysis, using electricity generated from renewable energy sources # The oxygen is released into the atmosphere, whilst the hydrogen is stored and transported # Oxygen from the atmosphere is re-combined with the stored hydrogen in a fuel cell, producing electricity and water vapour…
How the water cycle and heat are related: Adding or subtracting heat makes the water cycle work. If heat is added to ice, it melts. If heat is added to water, it evaporates. Evaporation turns liquid water into a gas called water vapour. As water goes through its cycle, it can be a solid (ice), a liquid (water), or a gas (water vapour). Ice can change to become water or water vapour. Water can change…
Evaporation is part of the water cycle. Water is evaporated by the sun from rivers, lakes, the sea and some is evaporated from the land. This water vapour rises into the atmosphere when it is cooled and condenses to form clouds when the water vapour is cooled further rain or another form of precipitation is formed. The rain hail snow etc falls to the ground and so the water has completed the cycle.
There are two basic cycles of Airconditioning/Refrigeration 1. Vapour compression cycle, 2. Vapour Absorption Cycle Vapour compression cycle is used in most of the airconditioning applications but ofenly vapour absorption is used. evaporator, compressor, throateling valve, tank & condensor are the major parts of this cycle.
Showering is part of the water cycle because it involves water and when you shower if the water is hot, you will see percipitation on your mirror(s) and persipitation is part of the water cycle. After the water from your mirror evaporates (eveaporation is also part of the water cycle) it "disolves" into the air or in the water cycle's "case" into the atmosphere.