There is water vapor in the air, and that is a gas.
The water vapor condenses on an object.
The water vapor comes together and forms water droplets.
These water droplets are now a liquid.
This is condensation. So, to answer your question, gas becomes liquid.
This change of state is called condensation.
Condensation is the change from gas to liquid. So no, condensation is a change not a state.
The change of state from a gas to a liquid is called condensation.
This type of change is called condensation or liquefaction.
The three of boiling, melting, and condensation describe matter change of state.Boiling is sate change from liquid to gasmelting is state change from solid to liquidcondensation is state change from gas to liquid
Condensation is the change in state from a gas to a liquid.
Yes, condensation only involves a gas changing state into a liquid. No chemicals are changed.
Condensation is a physical change, as the chemical identity of the substance is not altered by condensation.
The name of this state is condensation.
Condensation forming, on a window for instance, is a change of state from vapour to liquid. Freezing is also a change of state, from liquid to solid
This change is called condensation.
A change of state from a gas to a liquid is called condensation.
Condensation is when a substance goes from gas to liquid. Condesation is a change in state.
Yep. The very definition of 'condensation' is a state change from a gas to a liquid.
The change of state from gas to liquid is called condensation.