What Happens to Air Containing Water Vapor?

Answer All of the water on Earth is in constant motion, including water vapor in the air. The water cycle, sometimes called the hydrologic cycle, explains this movement. Within the water cycle, air contai... Read More »

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What Is Water Vapor Pressure?

Water vapor pressure is defined as the pressure produced by water vapor in the atmosphere. It is also called evaporation pressure or saturated vapor pressure, that which is exerted by a vapor in co... Read More »

What is the value of water vapor pressure at 320.88 k?

Numerous formulas exist to calculate the water vapor pressure at a given temperature. The Goff-Gratch is just one of these formulas, which given a 320.88 K temperature reveals a 82.583 Torr water p... Read More »

How to Separate Water Vapor From the Air?

Water can be a liquid (rivers, lakes, tap water), a solid (icebergs, ice cubes), or a gas (water vapor, clouds). Water transforms from one state to another in what is known as the water cycle. The ... Read More »

At what temperatures does water become vapor?

The temperature at which water starts to vaporize (at the standard atmospheric pressure of 760 mmHg) is 212 degrees Fahrenheit. When atmospheric pressure is greater than 760 mmHg, the boiling point... Read More »