Saturation Vapor Pressure

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saturation vapor pressure

[‚sach·ə′rā·shən ′vā·pər ‚presh·ər]
(thermodynamics)
The vapor pressure of a thermodynamic system, at a given temperature, wherein the vapor of a substance is in equilibrium with a plane surface of that substance's pure liquid or solid phase.

Saturation Vapor Pressure

 

in meteorology, the maximum possible vapor pressure at a given temperature. The higher the air temperature, the greater the saturation vapor pressure. The condensation of water vapor begins after the saturation vapor pressure is reached. The saturation vapor pressure is greater over supercooled water than over ice at the same temperature; it is greater over a convex water surface and smaller over a concave water surface than over a plane water surface. At a temperature of 30°C the saturation vapor pressure does not exceed 42.4 millibars; at 0°C it is 6.1 millibars, and at – 20°C it is equal to 1.27 millibars over water and 1.03 millibars over ice (1 millibar = 102 newtons per m2).

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