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S1.3.4

Knows that clouds, which are formed by the condensation of water vapor, affect weather and climate; some do so by reflecting much of the sunlight that reaches Earth from the Sun; others hold heat energy emitted from the Earth's surface.

Making Clouds: Aerosol-Cloud Interactions in a Beaker

This example discusses the process of cloud formation and the ability of cloud droplets to scatter light. A demonstration \r\nthat creates a cloud in a beaker is described.

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