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This is called "condensation" on a glass, and "dew" if it occurs on grass / leaves. When the "dew point" of air is above the temperature of the surface of the glass, cond…ensation will occur as humidity from the air releases heat into the glass and changes state from gas to liquid.
the glass is cold, so water vapor condenses in the air to the cup
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The cold water reduces the temperature of the glass. The cold glass reduces the temperature of the air around the glass. The amount of moisture in air is temperatur…e dependant hotter air can contain a higher moisture content. If the air temperature is reduced the water condenses. In this case the cold glass reduces the air temperature in contact with the glass, this results in the condenstion of moisture from the air, and water droplets are formed.
As the liquid inside the glass tumbler is cold it condenses the water vapour in the atmosphere. This explains why tiny droplets of water are found on the outer surface of the …glass tumbler.
What happen when water droplets appear on the outside of a cold glass of ice tea this is a example of?
Maybe, the air around the cold glass of water which bumped to the glass of water became liquid because the temperature of the glass of water lowered down the air temperature t…ransforming it to liquid. Was my hypothesis correct?
because its condensation. Heat evaporates the water and the coldsurfaces condense the vapour back to liquid.
This is because the air around the tumbler contains water vapour in it. When these water vapour came in contact with the cold, they contact with cold water, loses energy and c…onverted into liquid state, which we see as water droplets.
No…Co2 is carbon dioxide, what you exhale.
Your question is imprecise - we do not get the point of what you are asking. Water droplets can be found on the outer surface of a cup if it has just been washed!
Answer this questionâ¦ When water droplets appear on the outside ofa cold glass of iced tea, this is an example of _____.
They form due to condensation. The cool temperature of the class causes the adjacent air molecules to fall below Dew Point, resulting in the the air condensing from a gas to a… liquid form.
That is because warm air outside the glass contains moisture and that moisture condenses on cold surfaces since cold air on the glass surface cannot hold as much moisture …as warm air. It is the same effect as fog on the bathroom mirror after running a hot shower.
That's an example of condensation