What is Condensation?

It is a process by which the water vapour gets converted to tiny droplets of water or ice. Condensation occurs only when water vapour is added to saturated air or when the temperature falls below the temperature at which the air saturates. 

Conditions Required for Condensation

  • Large amount of water vapour should be present in the atmosphere.
  • Small particles of dust, salt and smoke should be present as water vapour condenses around these particles.
  • The air temperature should be below the dew point.


8 Forms of Precipitation

Various forms of Precipitation are 1. Rain: It is the most common form of precipitation. The droplet of water that precipitates from clouds is known as rainfall.

What is Humidity?

Evaporation changes the water from the liquid form to the gaseous form. Water vapour which is present in the atmosphere is known as humidity.

4 Facts about the Exosphere

The exosphere is the uppermost layer of the Earth. Light gases such as helium and hydrogen float into space from this layer because of the lack of gravity.

What are 3 Cloud Shapes?

When billions of droplets of water come together around dust particles, clouds are formed. There are three different Shapes of Cloud.

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