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Condensation on a can<br />By Amy.<br />
What is a particle  ? <br />A water particle is a tiny microscopic ball and when you add lots of them together it makes wa...
A particle<br />
What is Condensation ? <br />Condensation is when water particles heat up and separate in to a gas. The gas then travels u...
g<br />Water<br />
What is Condensation ? <br />Condensation is not always an outside activity,<br />For example  if your in an heated indoor...
Condensation on a can<br />You know when you have a can of coke and its been in the fridge for a while, then you take it o...
THE END !!!<br />Thanks for watching <br />
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  1. 1. Condensation on a can<br />By Amy.<br />
  2. 2. What is a particle ? <br />A water particle is a tiny microscopic ball and when you add lots of them together it makes water and or ice. <br />Here is a picture of a up close water drop : <br />
  3. 3. A particle<br />
  4. 4. What is Condensation ? <br />Condensation is when water particles heat up and separate in to a gas. The gas then travels up to the sky, cools down and turns into a cloud. When the clouds get heavy with water, the particles turn back into water drops, then they rain down and return to the ground. This cycle will happen over and over.<br />
  5. 5. g<br />Water<br />
  6. 6. What is Condensation ? <br />Condensation is not always an outside activity,<br />For example if your in an heated indoor pool, The steam from the water will go to the roof, cool down and turn into water, then it will drip down back in to the pool. <br />
  7. 7. Condensation on a can<br />You know when you have a can of coke and its been in the fridge for a while, then you take it out and let it sit and it gets all wet on the outside. That is because there is water particles in the air and those particles get drawn to the coolness of the coke, then turning them back into water drops.<br />
  8. 8. THE END !!!<br />Thanks for watching <br />
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