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Unformatted text preview: Sof5 http:l/wwwatmottuedu/phjllips/chapter5notes.htm a. The air still expands and cools as it rises. b. The cooling rate however is slowed due to the release of ISA: 8!}: h 9 l L: c. Therefore the cooling rate of saturated air is [£83 than the cooling rate of unsaturated air. d. The cooling rate of saturated air is called the Si nggxggfi d! adiabatic lapse rate. (SALR) e. TheSALR = 30.? “000 The temperature and dew point in a rising, saturated parcel of air are equal (above the LCL). If temperature = dew point, what is the relative humidity? 313 5 %3 fl} Q 'flm Ens A cloud whose base is at the ground is called 3 S {g . W Generally forms at night under the following conditions: 0. air in contact with ground cools by S L )3 X 35 5g i 5 Bag) Is the cooling leading to radiation fog a diabatic or an adiabatic process? all GubCkHC/ W bow is tiny beads of liquid water that form on objects primarily at night. The ground cools by . The air cools by Frost forms under similar conditions as dew but saturation occurs when the dew point temperatureis below . Frost forms as a result of a phase change called Qegjntmm . . [0126/09 8:20 AM ___._-u4~t_J ...
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