What is moisture: Definition and 4 Discussions

Moisture is the presence of a liquid, especially water, often in trace amounts. Small amounts of water may be found, for example, in the air (humidity), in foods, and in some commercial products. Moisture also refers to the amount of water vapor present in the air.

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  1. Gstoettenmayr

    Volume change when cooling a saturated volume of air

    TL;DR Summary: How much does a bag with 100 % water saturated air shrink in volume when it is cooled? A bag filled with 100% water saturated air at 85 degrees C (inside and outside) at a pressure of 738 torr inside and outside is cooled to 50 degrees C (inside and outside bag) and the pressure...
  2. Drakkith

    Construction Sealing Exposed Mortar in Bathroom

    Hey all. Long story short, I just installed tile around my new bathtub and I have some exposed mortar at the edges that I'm worried will be vulnerable to moisture. I could use caulk to cover and seal it, but I don't think it would look good. Can I seal it like grout, or will it be okay if left...
  3. W

    Generating electrical power from moisture?

    hello recently there was a report about generation of electrical power from moisture. Does someone have some details of this process? Would be interessant to try. Key points: hygroscopic layer on nanomaterial; charge separation; charge distribution in water drops;
  4. cdzfan

    Question about long-term storage of blue sphere silica gel

    I have blue sphere silica gel if I store it long term saturated in pink color will it break and release water or liquid inside the shoe box?