Water vapor

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Water vapor is the gaseous state of water. Water vapor is most commonly the result of water evaporation, in which water changes from a liquid to gaseous state, as well as, less commonly, by means of sublimation, which is a change from solid to gaseous.

Water vapor feedback was considered central to the whole global warming issue from the very beginning.[1]


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