I'm trying to see if I understand the concepts of saturation, vapor pressure and cloud formation correctly.
When, at a given temperature and height in the atmosphere, the rate of evaporation and condensation are equal, then the air is said to be saturated and clouds form (assuming the presence of nuclei).
If the rate of evaporation is greater than the rate of condensation, a state of undersaturation is reached and no clouds form.
When the rate of evaporation is less than the rate of condensation, a state of supersaturation is reached and clouds form.
Is my understanding of this correct?