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How to make a cloud in a bottle [Physics]
posted February 3 2013 8:34.56 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You may have heard the term "...moving from a high pressure to a low pressure" in the weather forecast, and this is when vapors condense to produce... clouds. Here is a nice experiment that you can do at home, and condense your own clouds in a bottle:



[Link: Spangler Science TV]
 
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