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ICE MELTING IN A GLASS WITH CONDENSATION<br />
Condensation on  Glass of  Ice Water<br />
A substance condenses when the pressure exerted by its vapour exceeds the vapour pressure of the liquid or solid phase of the substance at the temperature of the surface where condensation occurs.

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ICE MELTING IN A GLASS WITH CONDENSATION
Condensation on Glass of Ice Water
A substance condenses when the pressure exerted by its vapour exceeds the vapour pressure of the liquid or solid phase of the substance at the temperature of the surface where condensation occurs.

Copyright:© 2001 Jeff J. Daly - Fundamental Photographs

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