what is the difference between vapour and gas?

Asked by raghavrattan | 9th Jul, 2010, 08:30: PM

Expert Answer:

A vapor refers to a gas phase in a state of equilibrium with identical matter in a liquid or solid state below its boiling point. The gas is a natural state of a substance.

A gas at room temperature would still be a gas where as the vapor in its natural state is a solid or liquid at room temperature.  

Answered by  | 19th Jul, 2010, 05:50: PM

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