Is Vaporization Exothermic or Endothermic?


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.
Q&A Related to "Is Vaporization Exothermic or Endothermic?"
True its Exothermic. Vapor when condensing gives or dissipates the heat present in it.
Vaporization is absorbing heat, (to make evaporation. This is endothermic. Condensation is releasing heat, (exothermic.
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
The net heat change of a reaction is dependent on both the bonds that are broken and those that are formed. If more energy is released through the formation of new bonds than what
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