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Yes. As long as the pressure is below atmospheric pressure.

Q: Can you have water vapor at -10 degrees Celsius?

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Yes, the vapour pressure of water at 10°C is 1.2 kPa and at 50°C is 12.3 kPa.

30 degrees, C. 10+50=60 60/2 = 30

10 degrees Fahrenheit = -12.2 degrees Celsius

-10 degrees Celsius = 14 degrees Fahrenheit.

(-10) degrees Fahrenheit = -23.3 degrees Celsius.

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Yes, the vapour pressure of water at 10°C is 1.2 kPa and at 50°C is 12.3 kPa.

10 degrees Celsius

the water temperature ranges from 10 degrees celsius to 99 degrees celsius

If the liquid is water then it is 10 degrees above freezing point which is 0 degrees Celsius

In Celsius degrees, 10Â° below the freezing point of water is -10Â° .

10 degrees Celsius is 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

The difference is 10 Celsius degrees.

Trick question: At minus 5 degrees Celsius, water is a solid. A rock would sit on top of it.

30 degrees, C. 10+50=60 60/2 = 30

About -10 degrees celsius or 14 degrees fahrenheit.

10 degrees Fahrenheit = -12.2 degrees Celsius

(-10) degrees Celsius = 14 degrees Fahrenheit