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Is mist a liquid?

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Started: 12/27/2017 Category: Science
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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In the most basic sense, Mist can only be formed if it contains moist air suspended in H20 in a gas state, if it doesn't contain H20 in a liquid state, a mist can not be formed. In short, a Mist is a colloid of the same substance (H20) but one is in a gas state and the other in a liquid state. That being said, the important thing is to determine which one is the dissolvent, and which one is the dissolved. If the condensed liquid H20 only make up less than 50% of the solution and it would behave as gas. The thing is, in this case liquid H20 makes up more than 50% of the solution, turning it into the dissolvent, and so the Mist behaves like a liquid, it's heavier than traditional air and therefore is concentrates on earth's surface, like a liquid.

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Posted by waterisnotfuckingwet 2 years ago
NO! Mist is a vapor.

Posted by What50 2 years ago
Mist is a liquid.
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