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Water in the Air. When water drops form on a cold glass, the water comes from the air around the glass. Water vapor is water in the form of a gas. The amount of water in the air is called humidity. Liquid water becomes a gas called water vapor through the process of evaporation.

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water in the air
Water in the Air
  • When water drops form on a cold glass, the water comes from the air around the glass.
  • Water vapor is water in the form of a gas.
  • The amount of water in the air is called humidity.
  • Liquid water becomes a gas called water vapor through the process of evaporation.
  • The change from a gas to a liquid is called condensation.
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Water in the Air
  • When cool and warm air meet, the lighter warm air is pushed higher in the atmosphere.
  • Whenever warm air rises and cools, the water vapor in the air condenses.
  • Water droplets in the air form clouds.
cloud in a jar experiment
“Cloud in a Jar” Experiment

Discuss the following questions with your group then record your response in your science notebook.

  • How is the process creating a mini cloud similar to the way real clouds are formed?
  • How is the process of creating a mini cloud different from the way real clouds are formed?
  • Did you see any precipitation in the jar? If so, what caused it?
  • Where in the jar did evaporation, condensation, and precipitation occur?