Differentiate between Absolute Humidity and Relative Humidity.
|Absolute Humidity||Relative Humidity|
|It is the actual amount of water vapour present in the air.||Relative humidity is the ratio between the actual amount of water vapour present in the air and the maximum amount of water vapour the air can hold at that temperature.|
|It does not take temperature into consideration.||It takes temperature into consideration.|
|It is expressed as grams per cubic metre.||It is expressed as a percentage.|
|It does not give us a very good idea of the level of humidity present in the atmosphere as it does not tell us the amount of water which the air needs to become saturated.||It is gives us a fair idea of the humidity of the air.|