This physics video tutorial explains the concept of relative humidity and the dew point. It discusses the difference between the vapor pressure and the partial pressure and how to use it to calculate the relative humidity and to determine the temperature of the dew point.
Here is a list of topics:
1. Humidity vs Dry Weather
2. Evaporation of Sweat - Cooling Effect
3. Relative Humidity Equation and Calculations
4. Partial Pressure vs Vapor Pressure Example
5. Rate of Evaporation and Condensation
6. Liquid and Gas Phases - Water Vapor
7. Saturated, Unsaturated and Supersaturated Situations
8. Dew Point - Temperature at which condensation begins to occur or when the relative humidity is 100% - fog, rain, precipitation
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