Gases are condensed at low temperatures.
When gasses lose heat they condense into liquids.
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Incondensible gases, are gases that do not condense and do not dissolve readily in hot water. Steam ejectors are used to remove these gases from a condenser.
Flow. Gases and liquids can both modify their shapes.
Liquids turn into gas by vaporization, which is accomplished either by boiling or evaporating.
No.Gases condense ("become thicker") to form liquids.Liquids evaporate to become gases.
Different layers represent clouds made of gases that condense at different temperatures
No. It is water vapor. It acts similar to gases in some respects, but it is truly water vapor and will add to the atmosphere, when released, as moisture which can then condense and precipitate out, which gases will not do at ambient temperatures.
Gas (water vapor in the air) to liquid (on the surface).
The gases and dust from which stars condense are called cosmic dust or particles.