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A large amount of water evaporates from the water bodies and goes into the air. Some amount of water vapour also gets into the air due to various biological activities. The hot air rises up carrying the water vapour with it. As the air rises up, it gets cooled. Cooling causes the water vapour in the air to condense in the form of tiny droplets around dust and other suspended particles in the air. This leads to the formation of clouds.
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Matter is made up of very tiny particles and these particles are so small that we cannot see them with naked eyes. It has been observed that matter exists in nature in different forms. Some substances are rigid and have a fixed shape like wood and stone; some substances can flow and take the shape of their container like water, while there are forms of matter that do not have definite shape or size such as air. Thus, matter can be classified into different categories based on the physical properties exhibited by them and the states in which they exist; these are called states of matter.
Following are the three basic states of matter:
Posted by Ujala Chauhan Daughter Of Ramraksha 1 year ago
Hyposecretion refers to diminished secretion of hormones, as by a gland whereas hypersecretion is an excessive secretion of a substance made by the body.
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