What event causes vapors to appear?
Vapors are caused by the evaporation into air of a liquid. For example when water evaporates water vapor is produced. This typically happens when heat is applied to the liquid.
That's a random event. You can't specifically look for him; he will appear at an unexpected time. That's a random event. You can't specifically look for him; he will appear at an unexpected time. That's a random event. You can't specifically look for him; he will appear at an unexpected time. That's a random event. You can't specifically look for him; he will appear at an unexpected time.
Why is it that vapors can be liquefied only by compression while gases can only be liquefied by first lowering the temperature before compression?
The causes of the major global glacial events are unknown. The events appear to be related to the position of the continents, which significantly affects both ocean circulation and global climate. Once a glacial event has begun small regular changes in the amount of solar radiation reaching Earth's surface appear to influence the advances and retreats of the continental glaciers.
Nuclear event in a chain reaction could be said to be similar, but not identical. We need to look a bit more closely at a fission event to understand why. In a fission event in a chain reaction, a neutron is absorbed by a fissile nucleus, and the resulting instability causes that nucleus to fission, or split. When the nucleus splits, it splits into two approximately parts (called fission fragments), but not the same two…
well ! actually it is a very simple phenomenon.....because of the icy cold water, the air around it gets condensed when it comes close enough. consequently, the condensation causes the water vapors in the air to change into droplets that then appear on the surface of the container of that icy cold water...
The Mesozoic started after the Permian extinction event and ended with the Cretaceous extinction event. The causes of the Permian extinction event are still being studied, and so are the Cretaceous extinction causes, although likely factors include the Chixulub impact event, coupled with large scale volcanism.