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What causes humidity? How is humidity created? Is it true that humidity causes illnesses? Explore the answers to these questions in this edutaining book for kids. Reading should be a fun experience so that the facts can be absorbed better. Don’t rush it; let your child discover his/her own reading and learning pace. Go ahead and secure a copy today!

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Date de parution 01 décembre 2017
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9781541920279
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 1 Mo

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The Problem with Moisture Humidity for Kids
Science Book Age 7
Children’s Science & Nature Books





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O n some days, everything feels a little damp. Where does that water come from? Let’s do a deep dive into moisture and humidity!































































































































What humidity is
A lthough the air around us usually looks clear, it is not empty. Along with the oxygen and other gases that make up our atmosphere there are floating particles of dust, smoke, tree pollen—and water.
In fact there is a lot of water in the air, in the form of vapor. We can’t see it, but often we can feel it, or the lack of it.
































































































































Window glass with condensation





W hen we talk about the water in the air when it’s not raining or snowing, we refer to it as humidity. The humidity is rising when the amount of water in the atmosphere around us increases.

































































































































Measuring humidity
H umidity is how much water vapor, or moisture, is in the air. We measure it in grams of moisture in a cubic meter of air, or g/m3.
There are two main scales for measuring humidity:
Absolute Humidity
Relative Hyumidity

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