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Explain dew poiht

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the temp that the moisture in the air condenses out,

 

if if your talking isoztropinanytl something freon , bubble and dew points , nobody knows the answers! that's a fact lol

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2 minutes ago, redfishkiller said:

the temp that the moisture in the air condenses out,

 

if if your talking isoztropinanytl something freon , bubble and dew points , nobody knows the answers! that's a fact lol

please learn your chemistry spelling as well

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dew point is the point in the system when the first droplets of liquid form in the condenser,

but i believe you are supposed to use dew point to set superheat which makes no sense , because  bubble point should be more evaporater related...

 

who the **** knows

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Just now, dena said:

The temperature at which the air is saturated, 100% humidity.

Measured with a Sling Psychrometer.

 

or my fancy digital meter :p 

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3 minutes ago, makomakoman said:

please learn your chemistry spelling as well

please learn to eat a bag of dicks....

look it up and correct it for me :p 

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2 minutes ago, MikeMc said:

I don't want to know the ****ing dew point. It's meaningless to me in the weather forecast. Tell my the ****ing humidity, I hate the ****ing dew point.

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