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How does water vapour in air form clouds?
The Formation of Oceans The volcanoes on early Earth pumped more and more water vapour into the atmosphere. This caused the atmosphere to change. As the water vapour increas…ed and the temperature of the Earth and its atmosphere continued to fall. This caused water droplets to form in the atmosphere through a process called condensation. As the water droplets increased in size, they eventually fell to the surface of the Earth and accumulated. This was the beginning of the first oceans. The carbon dioxide gas reacted with the accumulated water (dissolution) and the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere decreased. Eventually, living organisms appeared in the oceans. The organisms that evolved used the carbon dioxide available in the oceans in different ways. Some of the marine organisms incorporated the carbon dioxide into their shells. When those organisms died their shells accumulated on the floor of the oceans and became carbonate rocks. Other marine organisms began to use carbon dioxide in chemical reactions to produce sugars that they could store for energy and release oxygen into the atmosphere. This process is called photosynthesis. These organisms were the first primitive plants. Thanks!
condensation ps ROMANY ROCKS!
That is called humidity.
When you steal buy a cold drink, and leave it in the open, you will observe that liquid water forms on the surface of the container. That is water vapour from the air that cam…e in contact with the surface of the container of the cold drink and was condensed due to the low temperature of the cold drink..
condensation turns into clouds and just in case evaporation goes up as water vapor and precipitation come down as rain
First take a glass and fill it with ice cubes. Then after sometime observe that water droplets will appear surrounding the glass. This water droplets show that water vapou…r is present around in the air because the water vapour in air will condense and form into water droplets.
As air rises, it cools adiabatically. This is the result of less pressure being applied to a parcel of air as it rises in altitude (as there is less air pressing down above it…). As the air cools, its capacity to suspend water vapour decreases, and it may approach one hundred percent relative humidity, also known as dew point. Dew point is the temperature at which water vapour will condense in air at a given pressure. The condensed water vapour will form clouds, which may cause precipitation.
Clouds begin to form when water vapor reaches the correct: altitude, dew point, and temperature.
For an Accurate Reading you would need a proper Humidity Sensor, howerver you can get a reading off a combined temperature, Humidity and pressure Dials on a kind of clock With… needles some people have them in their porches. you can buy them they not that expensive..
It is because water vapour is air so it can't be seen but when we breath out in the mirror,water vapour is found.
Clouds are made up of water droplets of varying size, or ice crystals, not water vapour. Water vapour is the evaporite of clouds, and clouds often dissipate, so the water drop…lets making up the cloud change from visible water droplets to invisible water vapour. The "vapour trails" from aircraft engine exhausts are actually areas of cloud formation as water from burnt fuel condenses in cold air aloft.