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Attributive form of dew point, noun
The temperature at which the air becomes saturated and water vapor condenses to form dew
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temperature at which water vapor in the air condenses and turns to dew
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the atmospheric temperature below which water droplets begin to condense and dew can form
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(Bilim, İlim) The dew point temperature is the temperature that a parcel of air must be cooled to in order to reach saturation. Cooling past the dew point temperature normally results in condensation or precipitation
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the temperature at which the water vapor in the air becomes saturated and condensation begins
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The temperature at which air becomes saturated and produces dew
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Temperature at which a vapor begins to deposit as a liquid Applies especially to water in the atmosphere
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the temperature at which the water in the atmosphere will condense as drops on a surface
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Temperature at which a vapor begins to deposit as a liquid Applies especially to water in the atmosphere Dimension See Lumber dimension
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Temperature to which a given parcel of air must be cooled at constant pressure and constant water vapor content for saturation to occur. When this temperature is reached, water is condensed onto grass and other objects contacting the cooled air. When the dew point is below 32°F (0°C), it is sometimes called the frost point. The dew point may be defined as the temperature at which the saturation vapor pressure of the parcel is equal to the actual vapor pressure of the contained water vapor. (Also called Dewpoint Temperature.)
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The temperature to which air must be cooled at a constant pressure to become saturated Example: If the air temperature is 70 degrees and the dewpoint temperature is 70 degrees the air is saturated and dew will form i e, the relative humidity is 100%
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The temperature at which atmospheric water begins to condense
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It varies with the humidity and temperature of the atmosphere
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The temperature to which air must be cooled in order for saturation to occur
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The dewpoint is the point at which air, when cooled at a specific pressure and moisture content, reaches the saturation point of water vapor In other words, when the temperature is lowered, this is the point at which condensation occurs or dew forms
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The temperature to which a given weight of air must be cooled at constant pressure and constant water-vapor content in order for saturation to occur When this temperature is below 0o C, (32o F) it is sometimes called the frost point
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the temperature air would have to be cooled to in order for saturation to occur The dewpoint temperature assumes there is no change in air pressure or moisture content of the air
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Temperature at which a vapor begins to deposit as a liquid Applies especially to water in the atmosphere Dimension See Lumber
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The temperature to which the air must be cooled for water vapor to condense and form fog or clouds
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n the temperature to which air must cool to result in saturation or formation of dew
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The temperature at which water vapor in air will condense at a given state of humidity and pressure
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The temperature at which condensation forms, it depends upon the saturation of the air Warm air can hold more water vapour than cold Thus when warm air is at 100% saturation, a reduction in temperature means that it is unable to support the volume of water vapour in suspension and liquid water condenses out
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Temperature at which moisture will condense from humid vapors into a liquid state
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of a gas is the temperature at which the vapor in a space (at a given pressure) will start to condense (form dew) Dewpoint of a gas mixture is the temperature at which the highest boiling point constituent will start to condense
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The temperature to which the air must be cooled for water vapor to condense
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the temperature to which air has to be cooled in order to reach saturation
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The temperature at which dew begins to form
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