Water cycle is an example of interconversion of states of water. Explain - Chemistry

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Water cycle is an example of interconversion of states of water. Explain

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Water from oceans, rivers, lakes from leaves of trees (transpiration) changes into vapours when temperature increases or evaporates and enters the atomsphere as clouds when temperature falls the vapours change into water and some of it in the form of snow fall on mountains and earth in the form of water and hales and this continues. Thus water cycle is example of interconvertion of states of water.

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