Tell us about the phenomena of vaporization and condensation during the “water cycle in nature”, familiar to you from courses in natural history and geography.
The water cycle in nature is the process of regular movement of fluid in world space; the energy of the sun affects the surface of the earth and the ocean, moisture, when heated, is converted into vapor, the molecules of which rise into the atmosphere and concentrate in the form of clouds. Once in zones with cold temperatures, the molecules condense and fall down as precipitation. So, under the influence of solar energy and cooling, the process repeats endlessly.
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