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2014-10-07T00:21:18+05:30

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the surrounding air becomes warm when watr vapour condenses and forms its liquid state.this is because the latent heat is released to the surrounding during the process of convertion of water vapour to water
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Condensation means a substances changes its state from vapor or gaseous phase to liquid phase (when it comes in contact with some surfaces). At standard pressure, water condenses at 100°C.

During condensation at 100°C, the water vapor releases the latent heat of vaporization. It is around 4,180 Joules/mole. The surroundings including the air get warmed up as this heat energy is transmitted to the surroundings through conduction, convection in the nearby air or radiation.


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