The moisture condenses.
Moisture makes the air warmer, so in order for air to hold moisture it has to be warm.
A hydrometer measures moisture in the air
moisture in the air is tiny droplets turned into gas by evaporation
The water vapour present in the air is called moisture.
The air that holds the most moisture in their air hole is warmer.
No. Warm air holds more moisture than cool air because when cool air holds a lot of moisture, it condenses and turns into rain.
Relative humidity increases when the amount of moisture air can hold increases. The increase can be caused by the introduction of more moist air, OR a temperature drop of the air/moisture mixture without a loss of moisture. Colder air will hold less moisture than warm air; as the temperature goes down the amount of moisture relative to what the air can hold increases.
If there is too much moisture in the air, the air will feel cold and damp.
Dehumidifiers remove moisture from the air. What's that moisture on your glasses?
a lot of moisture
Moisture in the air is usually referred to as humidity. This humidity can be measured and is something that is constantly changing.
The moisture decreases.
The warmer the air, the more moisture it can hold. This is an exponential relationship.
Warm air can hold more moisture than cold air, but does not always do so. Air in a hot desert for example, is often very hot but holds almost no moisture.
A dirty haze resulting from air pollution and air moisture is called smog.
If air is holding as much moisture as it can, colder air holds less than warmer.
Moisture in the air
Moisture in the air condenses on the cold surfaces.
Moisture in the air is called humidity. There are different measurements of humidity including absolute humidity.
anything that soaks up moisture anything that soaks up moisture (a sponge has air spaces that contain the water) mostly anthing that has air space (very small air spaces)
By absorbing moisture from the air.