Suppose that 500 g of water vapor condense to make a cloud about the size of an average room. If we.
Suppose that 500 g of introduce fog condense to reach a outrival environing the dimension of an mediocre ground. If we suppose that the latent fever of plainness is 600 cal/g, how plenteous fever would be released to the air? If the whole lump of air precedently plainness is 100 kg, how plenteous warmer would the air be behind plainness? Suppose that the air is not undergoing any pressure changes. (Hint: Use the restricted fever of air in Table 2.1, p. 34.)