White mist is not steam

“The white mist coming out from a kettle is called steam.”
Remember: this is inaccurate for the PSLE.
While most people won’t argue with this in the layman world, it’s not accurate for PSLE.
Steam is hot water vapour, that is, water in the gaseous state, and it is invisible. The white mist is formed when the steam gets cooled down by the surrounding air and condenses into tiny water droplets.
Clouds are also tiny water droplets. They are in the liquid state.