The a transition from a higher energetic level to

The analysis of atmospheric water
vapour condensing into water droplets is successfully characterised by infrared
spectroscopy (IR). A distinct IR wavelength range (4-8?m) indicates a first-order phase change
of particles (atoms, clusters and molecules) transitioning from vapour to droplet
phase.43 Experimental results strongly support the existence between
photon emission with latent heat (thermal energy) releasing to the surrounding
atmosphere. The emission of a photon delineates a transition from a higher
energetic level to a lower energetic level in water vapour in vacuum
conditions.44 The process is an example of radiative transfer
mechanism and is described by the radiative transfer equations. As water vapour
transitions to condensed phase, the molecules arrive at a new local thermal
equilibrium (LTE). Additionally, through accounting photon energy emissions
through quantum electrodynamics (QED) – Trouton’s rule was proven with
evidence.45 This consolidated the connection between latent heat with
temperature of vaporisation of water molecules and other substances such as metals.46
The study recorded concentrated signatures of background radiation during water
vapour condensation and similar results found with metals. The background
radiation emitted was greater than the constant background Plank’s intensity
radiation present in the atmosphere.47 What also must be considered
is the geometric structuring within the system. Correct conformation of water
molecules is required for the emission of photons and simultaneously condense. Researchers
concluded the emission of one photon represented the formation of one bond,
specifically a hydrogen bond for water vapour molecules.48 This theory
coupled with signature wavelengths of condensation transitions can potentially increase
successful preservation of global climate. Through cloud infrared lasers it is
possible to stimulate photon emission from water vapour molecules to de-excite their
state lowering their energy to a condensed phase. Instigating cloud formation
and with potential of future development for artificial cooling by releasing and
reflecting heat emission to return to space through characteristic radiation.49