I do not now
i think vapor is the product of evaporation.
water vapor has no water in it but clouds do
There technically is no difference, but steam is more visible and is said to be hotter than the water vapor we inhale. But once the steam cools down it is water vapor.
the difference between dry air and atmospheric air is that atmospheric air contains water vapor but dry air contains no water vapor
what is vapor density of carbon mono oxide
the saturated vapor is vapor with some percentage of moisture. on the other hand, the superheated vapor has no moisture (dry vapor).
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<Dew point is little tiny drops formed from water vapor and water vapor is little tiny drops OS water so really there is no difference>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Just the color. There are no additional features.
Water vapor is, in most respects, a gas. Water ice is a solid.
By expiration carbon dioxide is released.