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micreed3

  • 3 years ago

In the water cycle, what type of phase change(s) occur(s) above the oceans?

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  1. imron07
    • 3 years ago
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  2. eashmore
    • 3 years ago
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    You got one. Water does indeed evaporate over the oceans. But how do clouds form? What phase change occurs when a vapor turns into a liquid again?

  3. HELLSGUARDIAN
    • 3 years ago
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    @eashmore the clouds are nothing but saturated liquid vapors..it means the water present is in a dual form..some amount of it is in liquid and some in pure vapor..when temperature at heights decrease the vapor form condenses and falls as rain:)

  4. HELLSGUARDIAN
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    mass of the liquid water is so small that they can easily be carried by the winds and vapors

  5. eashmore
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    Okay. So not the cloud formation, but the rain. That happens over oceans right?

  6. HELLSGUARDIAN
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    you want to ask how does rain happens over oceans?

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