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answered Mar 1, 2015 by Tadd Pham (5,620 points) | selected Mar 1, 2015 by ChemKB
 
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Gas: superheated steam
Vapor: saturated steam
Liquid: water

The difference between liquid and vapor/gas is the compressibility.

A gas is a single thermodynamic phase, whereas a vapor is a mixture of two phases (generally gaseous and liquid phase). As an example, a cloud is made of water vapor; the clear sky contains gaseous water. Steam is vaporized water.

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