Ch25 - MULTIPLECHOICE. 1 Temperature intheairis increasedby theprocess of 1 A moistureevaporation B moistur e c ondensation contactwithcold

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  MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.  1) 
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Temperature  in the air is  increased by  the process  of 
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1)  _______  A) 
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moisture evaporation. 
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B)  moistur condensation. 
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contact with cold  surfaces. 
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D)  all of  the above    2
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Temperature  in the air is  decreased by  the process  of 
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2)  _______  A) 
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contact with warm  surfaces. 
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B)  moistur condensation. 
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moisture evaporation. 
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D)  solar  radiation.    3
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The  changing of  a substance  from a liquid  into a vapor  or gas is  called 
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3)  _______  A) 
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condensation. 
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B)  evapora tion. 
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dew point. 
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D)  saturati on point.    4
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When water  changes  from a liquid  to a vapor, it 
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4)  _______  A) 
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loses energy. 
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B)  gives  off energy. 
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gains energy. 
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D)  radiates  energy.    5
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The  changing of  a vapor into  a liquid is  called 
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5)  _______  A) 
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condensation. 
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B)  evapora tion. 
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dew point. 
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2011 for the course PS 300 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Ch25 - MULTIPLECHOICE. 1 Temperature intheairis increasedby theprocess of 1 A moistureevaporation B moistur e c ondensation contactwithcold

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