Ice crystals require something to start growing on (a nucleus), such a sdirt/dust etc. If the droplet is pure, there is no nucleus to start off the crystallisation process. Hence a drop of water becomes supercooled. Water will spontaneously freeze at -42C (approx) if it lacks the nucleus.
super cooled, D
Clouds are water. Water can be found in three forms : solid, liquid and gas. Water as a gas is called water vapour. Clouds form when water vapour turns back into liquid water droplets. That is called condensation. So, clouds are liquid water droplets.
clouds are large quantities of liquid water droplets
Tiny droplets of liquid water
Liquid and solid. Clouds are formed from tiny droplets of water or ice. Low fluffy clouds are liquid, the high streak clouds are usually solid ice particles. You can see the droplets often when you walk through fog, which is the same as a cloud, but at ground level.
Clouds typically form when water vapor in the atmosphere condenses into tiny liquid droplets
Clouds are large quantities of water vapor. This is the gaseous form of water and is what makes up clouds.
No, they are large quantities of liquid water droplets.
Clouds form when water vapor condenses into tiny liquid droplets. If enough condensation occurs in a cloud then some of the droplets will grow bigger and fall as rain.
Clouds are visible form of moisture. They can be liquid droplets or frozen droplets of water or any other chemical suspended in the atmosphere.
Jupiter's average surface temperature is -244 degrees Fahrenheit or -153 degrees Celsius. The average temperature in Jupiter's clouds is about -220 degrees Fahrenheit or -140 degrees Celsius. The hydrogen in Jupiter's inner core is in a liquid form.
Mostly, but clouds also contain dust particles and bits and pieces of ice, depending on how high they are. It is widely accepted that clouds are made of water droplets and water vapor
AnswerYes.Clouds are made up water gone though condensation, and thus are tiny droplets in liquid form. These droplets can evaporate, hence when cloud cover dissipates due to evaporation.
Steam is a vapor. Clouds and fog are tiny droplets of liquid water, suspended in the air (clouds) or settling to the ground (fog).
Clouds are produced by the condensation of water vapor into tiny droplets of liquid water, a physical process.
Rain? Clouds are also made out of water droplets (or ice crystals).
clouds are actually very small droplets of water.since clouds actually are from water vapor, which is a gas, condensation happens so that clouds will form.condensation means that from gas which is water vapor, turns back to liquid,that forms clouds.so, clouds are also known as liquid...
Liquid water droplets that have condensed from atmospheric vapor. When enough of these droplets have accumulated in the clouds, they become heavy enough to fall to earth.
I suspect you are thinking of clouds, but this is not an accurate description of them. It is important to realise that clouds contain droplets of liquid water, not water vapour. The droplets often condense around dust particles.
Yes. If they were only water vapor, you wouldn't be able to see them.
Liquid water is changed to water vapor by the process of evaporation (or boiling)Water vapor forms into clouds (liquid droplets) by the process of condensation
an aerosol is made of droplets of liquid in another liquid.
As the moist air rises, water vapor condenses and clouds form. Clouds are made of tiny droplets of liquid water or ice.