Condensation is moisture that forms on surfaces, particularly windows, when the surface is cooler than the dew point, or the temperature in which water vapor in the air converts into liquid. The amount of condensation that collects on windows can vary significantly depending on the type of window. For instance, single pane windows are more likely to be prone to condensation than double pane windows – this is because single pane windows have less insulating properties, and condensation is more likely to accumulate on cold surfaces.
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