This is caused by any cold drink. It's caused when the air outside of the glass cools down, trapping some of the water vapor, and or turning to precipitation on the outside of the glass, where it's cold.
Because the molecules in the water are really cold and since they are cold they are moving around lots which creates a lot of energy therefore making the glass sweat!
A glass of cold water leaves a wet ring on the table because the heat energy from the outside and the cold glass of water inside the cup then it begins to drip Yea its a little confusing i don't know how to explain it very well
Dew, condensation or in some cases: sweat (like when a glass of cold water gets all wet on the outside).
on a wet day the air contains too much h20 in form of vapour in it. since the inside of the car is warm and outside cold, the vapour condenses on the outer side of glass to liquid form.this water on glass we observe as steaming of glass.
Water vapor for the surrounding air is condensing onto the cold surface.
This is because the water vapour in the air condenses on the cold surface of the apple.
This is due to condensation. The cold surface of the bottle condenses the water vapor in the air (humidity) into liquid water.
Since the apple is cold, the water vapour in the air condenses on the surface of the apple. This is why it becomes wet with water.
Water from the air condensates on the glass cup. Because the air is cooling down, it can no longer hold as much humidity as it did (saturation).
The glas condensation.