What do we mean by reaching 100% relative humidity? Is that we reach the utmost vapor pressure at that particular temperature of liquid? Or something else.
If I have 2 half filled water bottle, in one I have a comparatively cooler water than other , does both bottle empty space above water contain same amount of water vapor ? Vapor pressure increase by increase in volume of vapor or the more speedy(more collision💥) evaporation of water molecule due to high temperature?
I can't understand it, what actually 100% relative humidity means! Does is the maximum amount of vapor air contain at any temperature (like seat fill completely) or it is the reaching point of equilibrium of vapor at a particular temperature where rate of evaporation is equal to rate of condensation and no further vapor it can contains until an new equilibrium is set by changing temperature of liquid?