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CONDENSATION OF STEAM FROM A BOILING TEAKETTLE<br />
Steam Is the Gaseous State of Water<br />
Steam is invisible until  it hits cooler air and condenses to form a suspension of tiny water droplets. What is seen from the spout of a kettle of boiling water is a change of state that is condensation.

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CONDENSATION OF STEAM FROM A BOILING TEAKETTLE
Steam Is the Gaseous State of Water
Steam is invisible until it hits cooler air and condenses to form a suspension of tiny water droplets. What is seen from the spout of a kettle of boiling water is a change of state that is condensation.

Copyright:© 2004 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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