Cloud condensation nuclei or CCNs are small particles typically 0.2 µm, or 1/
100th the size of a cloud droplet on which water vapour condenses. Water
Dust, soot and bacteria are examples of condensation nuclei. Water vapor
condenses and forms on these small particles, which causes rainfall.
This lesson describes condensation nuclei, their forms, and their functions. It
helps you to understand how clouds, fog, and precipitation all...
Examples of cloud condensation nuclei include sodium chloride (NaCl) and
ammonium sulfate ([NH 4] 2 SO 2), whereas the clay mineral kaolinite is an
Jan 10, 2011 ... Brief, simplified description of cloud condensation nuclei.
Feb 28, 2016 ... Lets first elaborate ur question. It is more properly called Cloud Condensation
Nuclei(CCN). If i were to explain it in the simplest language, ...
any tiny suspended particle in the atmosphere, either liquid or solid, upon which
condensation of water vapor begins. Examples. Most condensation nuclei are ...
What are some common examples of condensation? What are CCNs ... any cold
object. In the air, solid particles are called cloud condensation nuclei, or CCNs.
Define condensation nucleus: a small particle (as of dust) upon which water
vapor condenses in the atmosphere.
For example, magnesium chloride, a salt in sea spray, is a hygroscopic ... Cloud
condensation nuclei (CCN): tiny particles that promote the formation of water ...