water vapour


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water vapour

water in the gaseous state, esp when due to evaporation at a temperature below the boiling point
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So clearly, water vapour persists in the upper troposphere and even more so when augmented by hot jet engines.
[USA] July 5 ( ANI ): The discovery of high altitude cloud formations was made possible in 1885 after the eruption of Krakatoa volcano in Indonesia increased the amount of water vapour in the air.
Chan, "A multisensor study of water vapour from radiosonde, MODIS and AERONET: A case study of Hong Kong," International Journal of Climatology, vol.
Systech, which is headquarted in Oxon, UK, has been designing and manufacturing oxygen permeation and water vapour permeation analysers for many years, offering reliable and versatile testing of all films, packages and bottles.
Their Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are particularly well suited to absorb water vapour. In this process, a metallic cluster and organic linkers together form a three-dimensional porous structure.
The water vapour plumes were identified near the moon' south pole and are the first observational evidence of water vapour being ejected from its surface.
Bergh, "Ground-based water vapour soundings by microwave radiometry and Raman lidar on Jungfraujoch (Swiss Alps)," Atmos.
CONDENSATION is caused when water vapour comes into contact with cold surfaces and condenses to form dampness or water droplets.
Systech Illinois, a leading provider of permeation analysers and gas analysis equipment, has been chosen by General to test the barrier performance of metallised polymer films for permeation of oxygen and water vapour.
Water vapour and cloud are the major contributors to the greenhouse effect, accounting for three quarters of the absorption of outgoing infrared radiation.
The fan runs for long enough to control water vapour levels in the bathroom.