The air temperature is + 17o C. The absolute air humidity is 9.5 g / m3. Determine the moisture deficit in this air.

Moisture deficiency is the amount of moisture that is not enough until the air is completely saturated (= Q – q).
According to the table, we determine that at a temperature (+ 17 ° C) Q = 14.6 g / m3
Find the moisture deficit: 14.6 g / m3 – 9.5 g / m3 = 5.1 g / m3
Answer: in order to reach the saturation state, each m3 of air must contain 5.1 g of moisture more than it currently has.

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