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Differentiate between: Gas and vapour

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Gas Vapourisation
The substance which remain in the gaseous state under normal conditions of temperature and pressure are called gases The process by which a substance changes from a liquid state to vapour state is called vaporisation or evaporation
example Oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen example water to steam
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Chapter 3: Matter - Exercise 3

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Selina Class 6 Selina Concise Chemistry
Chapter 3 Matter
Exercise 3 | Q 4.3

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