Example of Condensation?

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Condensation is the reverse process of evaporation. Some of the examples of condensation include clouds and mist water. This is when gas form is reversed back to liquid form. Changing of steam into water is also another example of condensation. When the vapour is cooled, the molecules come together and they are condensed. In fire extinguishers, you will find condensed carbon dioxide. In our everyday life, there are so many examples of condensation as well as evaporation.
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Condensation is the conversion of a gas to a liquid. This requires a loss of energy, typically in the form of heat. The classic example is water in the air condensing on a cold glass
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Dew is an example of condensation, the mist on the windows on cold mornings
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The formation of clouds by tiny suspended water droplets is a basic one. The Common examples of condensation are: dew forming on grass in the early morning, eye glasses fogging up
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