Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Weight and Mass
Which has more volume 10 kilograms of liquid water or 10 kilograms of water vapor?
Water vapour. Water vapour. Water vapour. Water vapour.
What term is used for the amount of water vapour carried in air?
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What is the name of water vapour escaping the leaf?
water vapour or water vapor (in the U.S.)
Asked in Chemistry
Why the vapour pressure of ether is greater than the vapour pressure of water?
why the vapour pressure ether is more than water
Asked in Meteorology and Weather, Clouds
How does water vapour present in the air condense?
the water that evaporates goes into the atmosphere as water vapour.
Asked in Science, Clouds, Animal Life
Why can you see clouds but not water vapour in the air?
It is because water vapour is air so it can't be seen but when we breath out in the mirror,water vapour is found. ...
Asked in Clouds
Is water vapour not one of the constituents in air?
Water vapour is a constituents in air because water vapour rises in the atmosphere & is always present in the atmospere in some or the other quantity.Also 0.0001% of air consist water vapour ...
Asked in Science
What is the name given to water that has turned into a gas?
Water vapour. In an industrial context it is called steam, which can be superheated water vapour. +++ To clarify that, water vapour can be called "steam" anyway if it's the vapour from boiling. Superheated steam is vapour heated to above the boiling-point at the pressure at which it was generated. ...
Asked in Science, Atmospheric Sciences
How does water vapour become rain?
Water vapour becomes rainwater when it condenses and form clouds. When the vapour rises, the environment (atmosphere) will get colder, and water vapour condenses when it is cold. After the clouds get too heavy when too much water vapour has condensed, it will fall back to Earth as rainwater. ...
Asked in Clouds
Why is it that you can see clouds but not see the water vapour in the air?
Water vapour is a gas and invisible. Cloud water droplets are what appear when water vapour condenses (they are either liquid droplets or suspended ice cristals: not gas). Therefore, you can see clouds but not water vapour. ...