Lab Weather and Climate

Materials:Thermometer1 cup size metal container  (non-insulated)Ice“Week 3 Lab Exercise: Determining the Dew Point Temperature”worksheetApproximate time: 2 hoursInstructions:Fill the metal container with warm tap water (at least 50° F in the winter and 75° F in the summer).Place the thermometer in the water and begin to slowly add ice while continuously stirring the mixture.Record the temperature when the first sign of condensation begins to appear on the outside of the container. This reading should be within about 3° F of the dew point temperature.Compare your recorded temperature to the dew point temperature given on your local weather report. Repeat this process once or twice per day for 2 to 3 days to see if you are consistent in the outcome.

"Looking for a Similar Assignment? Order now and Get 10% Discount! Use Code "Newclient"

If this is not the paper you were searching for, you can order your 100% plagiarism free, professional written paper now!

Order Now Just Browsing

All of our assignments are originally produced, unique, and free of plagiarism.

Free Revisions Plagiarism Free 24x7 Support