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Re: Meteorology B

Post by IHateClouds » March 28th, 2019, 5:54 pm

randomsci wrote:
Next Question: Which type of heat is released on a sunny summer afternoon with high humidity when the sun begins to
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Heh I didnt see your question.......................
Ummmmm IDRK but I'm going to guess latent heat is released when the air near the ground condenses and forms dew because of the state change from gas to liquid. (I think..................................:))
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Re: Meteorology B

Post by Sharan.thiru » March 29th, 2019, 12:48 pm

Here's a question: What is the boundary between a moist air mass and a dry air mass?
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Re: Meteorology B

Post by randomsci » March 31st, 2019, 9:09 am

Thx IhateClouds
What is the boundary between a moist air mass and a dry air mass?
Dry line?
Here's my question: Which phase of water has the highest specific heat?

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Re: Meteorology B

Post by TheCrazyChemist » March 31st, 2019, 11:25 am

I don't know anything, but if I were to take a guess, it would be [hide]Steam[/hide]

Next Question: What are streaks of rain that hang under clouds and evaporate before hitting the ground?

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Re: Meteorology B

Post by IHateClouds » March 31st, 2019, 5:50 pm

Just a suggestion, but it may be helpful to give the previous person confirmation that their answer was correct before answering a new question, even if you weren't the one to have asked it!
Dry line was correct but liquid water has the highest specific heat at 4.18 J/g °K, not steam/water vapor
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Re: Meteorology B

Post by TheCrazyChemist » April 2nd, 2019, 4:51 pm

IHateClouds wrote:Just a suggestion, but it may be helpful to give the previous person confirmation that their answer was correct before answering a new question, even if you weren't the one to have asked it!
Dry line was correct but liquid water has the highest specific heat at 4.18 J/g °K, not steam/water vapor
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Next Question: What are streaks of rain that hang under clouds and evaporate before hitting the ground?
Answer: Virga
Ok, I'll remember to do that. Yes, your answer was correct.

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Re: Meteorology B

Post by IHateClouds » April 3rd, 2019, 6:13 pm

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Ok, I'll remember to do that. Yes, your answer was correct.
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True or False: Anemometers can work with a hot wire. If so, how?
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Re: Meteorology B

Post by LiteralRhinoceros » April 4th, 2019, 8:12 am

True; Heat is taken out of the airflow, which is cold, so the temperature of the hot wire is constant.
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Re: Meteorology B

Post by IHateClouds » April 4th, 2019, 9:08 am

Correct! :)
I would've explained it as hot wire thermometers work by measuring the amount of energy it takes to keep the wire at a constant temperature and so the wind speed can be determined.
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