Is Vaporization Exothermic or Endothermic?

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Vaporization is Endothermic, by the definition of these terms, Vaporization refers to the process by which particles in a liquid obtain energy independently to start motion; Exothermic is a reaction that leads to the production of heat and Endothermic simply involves the absorption of heat.
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True its Exothermic. Vapor when condensing gives or dissipates the heat present in it.
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Vaporization is absorbing heat, (to make evaporation. This is endothermic. Condensation is releasing heat, (exothermic.
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Melting, or fusion as it is sometimes called, is an endothermic reaction. Sublimation is an endothermic reaction. The transition from liquid phase to gas phase is an endothermic reaction
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