Subject: Why are scientists definitions of steam and fog in disagreement?
Date: Fri Feb 25 07:58:09 2000
Posted by Constanza Hazelwood
Grade level: 4-6
School: Norris Elementary School
City: Traverse City State/Province: MI
Area of science: Earth Sciences
There is fog on the lakes around us. At school some people say it is steam
and some of us say it should be called fog. We know that steam is what
comes out of a kettle when you boil water. The water in the lakes is not
boiling so it can not be steam. We checked your library and we get
different opinions on what is steam and what is fog. Can you help us?
Re: Why are scientists definitions of steam and fog in disagreement?
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