SMC_Condensation

SMC_Condensation - Condensation Condensation To know that...

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Condensation Condensation To know that condensation is the process of gas cooling to form a liquid
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So what is So what is Condensation? Condensation? Condensation is a process, a change It’s the cooling process that changes gas into a liquid It is the opposite of evaporation.
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Particles again folks! Particles again folks! Dry day Dry day Wet day Wet day Air particles Water particles
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Dry day Dry day On a dry day there is only a little water vapour in the air
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Wet day Wet day On a damp day there is much more water vapour in the air
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Bathroom Bathroom mirror mirror After a shower your bathroom is filled with steam (water vapour) from the hot water. When it hits the cold glass of the mirror it turns back to water and forms tiny droplets H e l l  H e l l  o ! o !
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Look at the can Look at the can What has happened? Why has it happened? What do we call the process?
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Look at the glass of ice of ice What has happened? Why has it happened?
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