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Condensation And its variants.


Condensation,And its various forms


What is condensation?
 The process by which water vapour converts from a gaseous state to a liquid state is called condensation.

Different forms of condensation: -

Water vapour becomes concentrated or Different variants occur. Such as ---
(1) Dew:
When the saturated air reaches the dew point due to excess cooling, the water vapour present in the form of condensate On the leaves of the tree, it is deposited on the grass. It's called dew.

(2) Fog:
When water vapour becomes concentrated in the form of microorganisms near the surface, dust particles, carbon particles, salts When the shelter floats in the air, it is called fog.

(3) Smoke:
In the evenings or at night on the surface of the surface, it rapidly heats and cools so that the adjacent air becomes very cool and heavy. Unable to get up, the smoke emitted from the vehicles and mill was mixed with the unseen air. This is called smoke.

(4) Clouds:
Clouds are the mass of aquifers and then or ice corners floating in the air from the surface to the normal elevation caused by condensation or elevation. Aqueous humid air extends upward and cools down for atmospheric instability.

Due to continuous cooling, the air is saturated and reaches the air. Then the water vapour becomes concentrated and the clouds become ice particles and ice forms.

Cloudiness:
The cloudy conditions of the sky are called cloudiness. The magnitude of the cloudiness is usually equal to one-eighth of the sky.

Abbreviations: -

When the atmosphere's water vapour is condensed, the force of gravity when it is in a liquid and solid-state is brought to the surface and called it erosion. Rainfall, hail, torrential rains etc. are examples.

Process:
Relative humidity increases when the air cools. However, salt is the relative humidity for the solubility effect of any and homogeneous particles  100% Before long, their sheltered water began to become concentrated and grew rapidly.

Relative humidity 100% By the time Kawakachi arrived, these twelve aqueducts invaded hundreds of millions of tiny water bodies, eventually becoming twelve and eventually becoming elongated. In addition, it becomes cooler iceberg particles in the upper layers of the vertical cloud. In the clouds this heavy waterfall and snowfall to the surface without any viscosity.

Different types of abbreviations: -

(1) It's raining:
Water vapour is concentrated 0.5 mm It is called rainfall when it falls on the surface as a diurnal aquifer.

(2)  Torrential rains:
0.5 mm Low diameter water When the water drop falls in the form of rain, it is called rain.

(3) Snowfall:
When fine water is concentrated on the surface of the land, it is called snowfall.

4) The rain of rock:
 When small snowfalls with rain, it is called rock rain.

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