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Unread postby jimmcginn » Sat Mar 18, 2017 12:42 pm

James McGinn:
My assertion that moist air is heavier than dry air is based on application of Avogadro's law. The mistake many make is to not realize that H2O is not monomolecular (steam) at ambient temperatures. So we have no choice but to assume that is is a compound molecule (microdroplets of liquid H2O) at ambient temperatures resulting in moist air being heavier (denser) that dry air, in stark contradiction to what meteorology maintains.

Sergio:
You don't know what you are talking about. This clearly indicates that Avogadro was well aware of compound molecules:
Avogadro overcame the difficulty by postulating compound molecules. This is the second and most important part of Avogadro's hypothesis . It may be regarded as his second hypothesis ; and, unlike the first, it seems completly original. Avogadro wrote: most important part of Avogadro's hypothesis. It may be regarded as his second hypothesis; and unlike the first, it seems completely original. Avogadro wrote: "We suppose... that the constituent molecules of any simple gas whatever... are not formed of a solitary elementary molecule, but are made up of a certain number of these molecules united by attraction to form a single one." Compound molecules of gases must therefore be composed of two or more atoms. Avogadro implies that there are always an even number of atoms in the molecule of a gas. For nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen it is two, "but it is possible that in other cases, the division might be into four, eight, etc." Avogadro is not at his clearest in this part of the memoir, but clarity is achieved when he gives an example: "Thus, for example, the integral molecule of water will be composed of a half-molecule of oxygen with one molecule, or, what is the same thing, two half-molecules, of hydrogen."
http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Amede ... regna.aspx

James McGinn:
Relevance?

Sergio:
That is obvious, you did not read any of it, and you continue ignore the facts, crank.

James McGinn:
I read it. As I've indicated in other posts, this passage assumes H2O is gaseous at ambient temperatures. This is not possible. As you demonstrate vividly, the supposition that moist air contains gaseous H2O a blind assumption. It's science-based orthodoxy. It's pseudoscience.

Sergio:
Don't bother to reply to this guy, ALL his marbles are loose, and he is only here to argue.

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