Smoke and fog?
Smoke is carbon particles. Fog is water vapor. Smoke forms soot. Fog forms dew. Smoke is dry. Fog is wet.
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Poison gas was first used by the Germans at Second Battle of Ypres during the First World War.
droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground . an atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance . obscure: make less visible or unclear; "The stars are obscured by the clouds"; "the big elm tree obscures our view of the valley" . daze: confusion ch…aracterized by lack of clarity Fog is a collection of liquid water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the air at or near the Earth's surface.While fog is a type of stratus cloud, the term "fog" is typically distinguished from the more generic term "cloud" in that fog is low-lying, and the moisture in the fog is often generated locally (such as from a nearby body of water, like a lake or the ocean, or from nearby moist ground or marshes). Fog is distinguished from mist only by its density, as expressed in the resulting decrease in visibility: Fog reduces visibility to less than 1 km (5/8 statute mile), whereas mist reduces visibility to no less than 1 km .For aviation purposes in the UK, a visibility of less than 5 km but greater than 999 m is considered to be mist if the relative humidity is 70% or greater - below 70% haze is reported. The foggiest place in the world is the Grand Banks off the island ofNewfoundland, the meeting place of the cold Labrador Current from the north and the much warmerGulf Stream from the south. Some of the foggiest land areas in the world include Argentia, Newfoundland and Point Reyes, California, each with over 200 foggy days per year. Even in generally warmer southern Europe, thick fog and localized fog is often found in lowlands and valleys, such as the lower part of the Po Valleyand the Arno and Tiber valleys in Italy or Ebro Valley in northeastern Spain, as well as on the Swiss plateau, especially in the Seeland area, in late autumn and winter. Other notably foggy areas include coastal Chile (in the south), coastal Namibia, and theSevernaya Zemlya islands. (MORE)
Answer . When temperature increases and humidity of air decreases the fog dissipates.. Answer,. Fog is moisture in the air condensing due to cooler ambient temperature at ground level. As the ambient temperature increases, generally due to the sun, the moisture in the fog will burn off and the …fog will lift.. You can't see vapor, but you can see droplets of water, droplets small enough to float in air (brownian motion). Whenever the droplets evaporate (heat, low humidity, etc) the water doesn't go anywhere but now you can see through it, thus "no fog". (MORE)
Fog is a cloud in contact with the ground. Fog is defined as cloud which reduces visibility to less than 1 km, where as mist is that which reduces visibility to less than 2 km. . Fog forms when water vapor in the air at the surface begins to condense into liquid water. Fog normally occurs at a rel…ative humidity of 100%. This can be achieved by either adding moisture to the air or dropping the ambient air temperature. Fog can form at lower humidities, and fog can sometimes not form with relative humidity at 100%. A reading of 100% relative humidity does not mean that the air can not hold any more moisture, but the air will then becomes known as supersaturated. Fog formation does require all of the elements that normal cloud formation requires with the most important being condensation nuclei. When the air is saturated, additional moisture tends to condense rather than staying in the air as vapor. Condensation nuclei must be present in the form of dust, aeresols, pollutants, etc. for the water to condense upon. When there are exceptional amounts of condensation nuclei present, especially hydroscopic (water seeking such as salt) then the water vapor may condense below 100% relative humidity. . Fog can form suddenly, and can dissipate just as rapidly, depending what side of the dewpoint the temperature is on. This phenomenon is known as Flash Fog and is the inspiration for an antiburglary device that stops burglars by filling the room with artificial fog. . Another type of formation also common is sea fog (also knows as salt fog or salty Fog). This is due to the peculiar effect of salt. Clouds of all types require minute hygroscopic particles upon which water vapor can condense. Over the ocean surface, the most common particles are salt from salt spray produced by breaking waves. Except in areas of storminess, the most common areas. of breaking waves are located near coastlines, hence the greatest densities of airborne salt particles are there. Condensation on salt particles has been observed to occur at humidities as low as 70%, thus fog can occur even in relatively dry air in suitable locations such as the California coast. Typically, such lower humidity fog is preceded by a transparent mistiness along the coastline as condensation competes with evaporation, a phenomenon that is typically noticeable by beachgoers in the afternoon.. Fog occasionally produces precipitation in the form of drizzle. Drizzle occurs when the humidity of fog attains 100% and the minute cloud droplets begin to coalesce into larger droplets. This can occur when the fog layer is lifted and cooled sufficiently, or when it is forcibly compressed from above. Drizzle becomes freezing drizzle when the temperature at the surface drops below the freezing point.. The thickness of fog is largely determined by the altitude of the inversion boundary, which in coastal or oceanic locales is also the top of the marine layer, above which the airmass is warmer and drier. The inversion boundary varies its altitude primarily in response to the weight of the air above it which is measured in terms of atmospheric pressure. The marine layer and any fogbank it may contain will be "squashed" when the pressure is high, and conversely, may expand upwards when the pressure above it is lowering. (MORE)
Yes, fog is a solution because it is made up of air. Air containsmany gasses.
although fog would seem like a homogeneous solution, it is heterogeneous because of the chemicals inside the fog. so it would be considered a colloid, which means it's heterogeneous but looks like homogeneous
Fog is formed in 4 different ways. . radiation fog . advection fog . upslope fog . steam fog
For comes from the process of condensation. It is formed when warmair meets colder air. Water vapor in the air is cooled enough toturn to a liquid in the form of tiny water droplets.
Fog is basically just a cloud that has lost altitude. The humidityhas reached more than 100%, and the water starts to appear asvapor. You will also find that every outdoor surface has a coatingof moisture.
yes it is smog it doesn't sound like a real word but it is smog haha very funny NOT! i am trying to get this answer for a school assignment!
StromDisplay.org define fog as a cloud at the earth's surface. Technical definition of fog Technically, fog is a suspension of small water droplets in the air, reducing horizontal visibility at the earth's surface. Fog forms Fog forms when the air near the ground becomes saturated and condensat…ion occurs on tiny particles suspended in the air. Fog forms in stable air with light winds, high relative humidity and conditions which bring the air to its dew point. There are basically three ways to bring the air to its *dew point: - by cooling the air - by evaporating water in to the air and - by mixing of air parcels. *dew point - The temperature at which water vapor condenses to a liquid. According to wikipedia the different between fog and mist are only in its density (Fog is thick, mist is light) - Fog : reduces visibility to less than 1 km - Mist : reduces visibility to less than 2 km Meanwhile the different between cloud and fog : Fog - at the earth's surface clouds - are above the surface Ground fog is created when the land cools after sunset when thearea has calm weather and clear skies. (MORE)
Fog is a cloud which is in contact with the ground. Fog and clouds are formed when air is cooled at a rapid rate. Clouds are created because humid air cools as it rises into the atmosphere.
No, fog is actually droplets of liquid water suspended in air. The droplets stay in the air for a long time because they are very small and have large drag compared to their weight force. Water vapour (gas) is about as clear as air, which is why you cannot see relative humidity
Adjust your speed so that you are able to stop on the amount ofroad that is visible. Use rear fog lights if visibility is lessthan 100m. Front fog lights are sometimes beneficial and high beamswill dazzle you and decrease visibility.
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fog evaporates because it is water particles in the air and water evaporates at a certain boiling point so if it is too hot the fog would evaporate and vanish into the air or just evaporate till it reaches the point in the atmosphere where it is cold enough to be a fog or it could completely evapora…te. (MORE)
I don't think so. Try it. The answer as of 3/22/10 is YES!!! I had this happen to me today while teaching a science class at a school with very little fog used. BE CAREFUL!!!! I had the fire department come out and everything. SO YES, IT DOES WORK!!!!!!!
It forms when photons of sunlight hit moleculesof different kinds of pollutants in the atmosphere. The photons make chemical reactions happen. The pollution molecules turn into other kinds of nasty chemicals. That mixture of bad chemicals is called photochemical smog.. The chemicals in photochemica…l smog include nitrogen oxides, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), ozone, and PAN (peroxyacytyl nitrate). Nitrogen oxides mostly come from the engines of cars and trucks. VOCs are given off by paint, gasoline, and pesticides. Ozone is a form of oxygen that is harmful. PAN is a type of pollution that is made by chemical reactions between other kinds of pollution.. Natural and artificially emitted hydrocarbons in the presence of oxides of nitrogen undergo photochemical reactions which produce a cloud of toxic chemicals including ozone and a variety of harmful chemical gaseous and particulate agents. This process is powered by sunlight and some of the products, such as ozone, reach a peak soon after photon flux from the sun reaches a maximum, around midday. The thermal inversions often associated with some cities can lead to a dangerous buildup of smog in urban areas. Human deaths have been attributed to photochemical smog since the Industrial Revolution in cities such as London and New York. (MORE)
Fog is condensed water vapor in cloudlike masses lying close to the ground and limiting visibility. Fog can also be called a low cloud. Source: Answers.com
Fog is condensed water vapor in cloudlike masses lying close to the ground and limiting visibility. It is water vapor, so yes, it is a substance.
As far as I know, it's a load of miniscule water droplets suspended in the air because they are small and light enough to. It wouldn't be a gas, but a liquid that is so small that you can hardly see it.
Fog is an emulsified water in air. The tiny water droplets are scattered so much so that it inhibits precipitation.
The words smoke and fog combine to make smog, usually as a result of automobile exhaust fumes.
Answer: . Either warm the air so it can absorb more moisture, or reduce the amount of moisture in the air.. No you can't.. Sorry?. Move its not going to happen.. Come up with an invention to stop it.
No fog isn't precipitation. Mist is though especially Scotch mist. Fog isn't precipitation because it is suspended, like a cloud, and never falls like rain and cannot be measured. Virga is precipitation that evaporates before hitting the ground and Scotch mist is almost like a very very fine rain.
Because it is an example of a liquid dissolved in a gas . The water is dissolved in the air to form a mixture.
Why did the chlorine shock bubble up and smoke to come off surface and looked like a white Fog covering the pool?
Sounds like you inadvertently made chlorine gas. Review the instructions for the product you used.
Smog is known as a mixture of fog and smoke. It is a phenomenonfound in places with natural fog and smoke created by industries asa result of burning of different things.
the smoke reflects the light to your eyes then you see the smoke as a handicap for vision
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A mixture of smoke and fog is called smog. During the Industrial Revolution Smog became a major health concernin some European cities such as London (predominantly lung diseaseand breathing disorders). Smog can cause deterioration of structures and historical landmarksas the chemicals in the fog ar…e slightly acidic (or sometimesalkaline), this can cause the structures to start to decompose andbecome stained. In modern times there are still many large industrialized citieswhich are faced with the continual problem of smog, particularlyareas in South East Asia and China (MORE)
Yes but minimize the likelihood by not out driving the distance you can see with excessive speed.
Kill the a/c quick and take it to the shop. Happened to me 3 times and days later the a/c went. In fact, just happened, so I gotta take it in. I was a nightmare with the other cars and never got fixed properly after, including going to the dealer. So I assume it is very serious. Sadlly, when an AC s…ystem goes out it depreciates the value of a car by at least 50 percent, in my opinion. (MORE)
They poem "Fog" Is like a cat. It stalks around a city and breezes througgh silently like cat paws. in the city and then moves on like a cat after meowing
when you cannot see because of smoke or fog, it is manditory that you pull over, call someone ASAP, and wait till help arrives.
No its not, propylene glycol has 0 inhalation effects, but you should keep yourself ventilated because it doesnt smell very good
The word is "smog", a pollutant mix common to many cities worldwide. Smog was a primary reason for research into catalytic converters for automobiles.
Clouds, by definition, are large collections of water vapor. The fog that we see formed from car exhaust and factory smoke is called smog.
Fog is nothing but is like a cloud near ground surface which consists of suspended water particles much smaller than in a actual cloud in sky. During the day air is warm and humid and when the temperature is down, the water vapor in air condenses and forms fog which sticks near the ground and it fu…rther condenses in the form of dew drops which you can see in the morning on grass and leaves and often in the flowers too. (MORE)
What is being compared in the sentence smoke was rolling off your house like fog off a river bank in the book of to kill a mockingbird?
The smoke that is rolling off the top of their house is being compared to the fog that rolls over riverbanks.
That is called The fog of war which encompasses all of the confusions and miscalculations which can occur during an actual combat situation. There is also a political version of the fog of war, in which public opinion can be swayed by misinformation or ambiguous reporting of the facts.
Fog was created by cold cloud floating up to the sun. The sun doesn't like it so the cloud get spits out and sinks down to the bottom and becomes fog.
Weather conditions ! Fog is caused by moist air condensing on contact with cold surfaces.
It does not have water in it like fog does. Hope it helps- Roxas riku
If in the house or in a vehicle the reason is the same, fogging is the humidity of the inside of the house/vehicle meeting the cooler temperatures of the glass area and condensing on that surface. If it happens a lot in your home check your furnace or room humidifier and decrease the amount of moist…ure in the air. For your vehicle open a window when you first get in the vehicle until the temperature rises. NOTE : For your vehicle make sure your Heat/AC is set for outside air, this will help reduce the condensation. (MORE)
Fogs is the proper plural form of fog . However, fog is also commonly accepted as a standing plurality ofits root on its own and is used more frequently than fogs .
Fog reduces visibility, especially dangerous to a driver. It alsodampens road surfaces, lengthening braking distances.
The word 'fog' is both a verb and a noun . The noun 'fog' is a word for a cloud of tiny water dropletssuspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth's surface; a finespray or a foam for firefighting; a state of mental confusion; aword for a thing.
Make sure your lights are on! Slow down but do not stop. If you canexit a major controlled access highway, do so.
smog: a mixture of smoke and fog . smoke: air pollution from incomplete burning; typicallyincludes soot , unburned hydrocarbons , etc. maycontain sulfur oxides and/or nitrogen oxides whichcan react with water producing acids . fog: water droplets suspended in air (i.e. a cloudsitting o…n the ground) (MORE)