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The melting point of nitrogen is greater than that of oxygen. Is gaseous oxygen really liquid oxygen dissolved in gaseous nitrogen? No. It is gaseous oxygen. "Water vapour in the air" (your phrase) is just that - vapour. Not liquid droplets "dissolved" in air. You may be confused by the fact that wet steam does contain water droplets, and the steam from a ...

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The evaportation rate is given by $${dM \over dt} \sim T$$ where $M$ is the amount of evaporated water and $t$ is the time. $T$ is the temperature of the water. However, $${dM \over dt} \sim Q$$ Where Q is the charge of the water, to prove my point, consider a lightning bolt impacting water. The water is split into hydrogen and oxygen through electrolysis. ...

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