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Relative Humidity: How Much Water Is in the Air?

In this activity, students learn about evaporation and how to measure the amount of water in the air. They collect data, create a graph, and use a chart to determine relative humidity.
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Science Giants: Earth & Space
Alan Ticotsky
Science Giants: Earth & Space offers you and your students opportunities to read about and explore the important discoveries in Earth and space science. Each topic includes a hands-on exploration activity designed to illustrate scientific principles and defines key terms to build students' vocabulary.

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