It is the process of a substance that is in its gaseous state converting into a liquid state. This change is brought about by a change in pressure and temperature of the substance.
The Boiling point and the condensation point of water are the same. It occurs at 212 degrees Fahrenheit or 100 degrees Celsius. Water tends to evaporate once the temperature increases from the boiling point which is beyond 100 degrees Celsius. The water boils and evaporates into the air forming water vapor. If the process is reversed, that is the water cooled down to below 10 degrees Celsius; the water vapor will condense and turn back into its original liquid form.
Condensation is an integral part of the water cycle, which shows how water continuously cycles throughout the Earth in solid, liquid, and gaseous forms. During the process of condensation, water vapor in the air changes from a gas to liquid water. When the altitude increases, the temperature of the water pressure both decrease, which causes water vapor to turn into liquid form.
This reaction takes place when two or more molecules combine to form a larger molecule, simultaneously removal of a minute molecule such as water or methanol. This occurs in many everyday reactions, which is usually reserved for reactions in which new carbon-carbon bonds are formed.