The water vapor turns into liquid water.
when water vapour is cooled it condenses and falls as rain
When water vapor is cooled is forms a liquid (water).
This change of state is called condensation.
when a gas is cooled or/also when water vapor is cooled
The capacity becomes smaller, and the water condenses out (the source of fog).
When water vapor is cooled it turns into liquid.
When steam is cooled in the air it creates water vapor. This water vapor comes together to create clouds and fog.
The rising air mass becomes cooled and the water vapor becomes the mass of clouds. I hope this will helpful !
Water vapor condenses into liquid water when it is cooled sufficiently.
The most obvious answer is that the vapor will condense rapidly, even possibly before your eyes. By condense, I mean that the vapor will quickly turn into a liquid state. It will then freeze into a solid state (ice).
When the earth formed and then cooled, the water vapor and water froze forming the glaciers. The glaciers later started to melt which formed lakes, rivers, and oceans.
If the vapor is cooled and or put under pressure, it will condense to liquid
Yes, the ocean was formed when the earth cooled and water vapor condensed to create rain because of a major storm.
The air, when water vapor particles are cooled to solids.
When water vapor reaches its dew point it then becomes saturated. Either the vapor falls as rain, or if it is a cool clear night it forms as dew on surfaces. if the surface is cold enough it can also form as frost.
Condensation (after the water vapor has risen, expanded and cooled)
It needs to be cooled down to condensate.
the water will turn into ice
it becomes liquid again it can condense on dust particles in air - steam - or on any cold surface eg windows
The process is called condensation. It occurs when the water is cooled below its boiling point due to the temperature in the environment cooling it.
As the earth cooled, water vapour in the atmosphere condensed to a liquid (water) and fell to the earth as rain the make the oceans.
When water is cooled, its volume is reduced until near 4°C. After that, if it is cooled further, its volume increases.
Water vapors becomes a liquid.
water vapor (gas state) can turn into water (liquid state) when cooled.