Why isn't the volume decreasing?

1 Answer
May 2, 2017

Answer:

The volume of the LIQUID water is insignificant compared to the volume of the container..........and so......

Explanation:

..........and so it may be ignored for a first approx. There is enuff liquid water remaining to saturate the entire volume of the container with water vapour. The point is that the volume of the CONTAINER is a CONSTANT, and their is enuff water to saturate the container at the given temperature.

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