What is the condensation point of water is it 100 or 0 degree ?

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  • 6 months ago
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    Condensation of water is the process of changing steam to water. Inversely, boiling of the water is the process of changing water to steam.

    Hence, under the same pressure, condensation point is the same as boiling point. At 1 atm, the condensation point of water is 100°C.

  • 6 months ago

    When dealing with a pure component system, condensation point is the same as the boiling point. it refers to the equilibrium temperature for the transition from liquid to gas phases (or the reverse, does not matter, because it is equilibrium, the one is the other, and vice versa).

    freezing point and melting point are the same things, and condensation and boiling points are the same things.

    It gets a bit complicated when dealing with impure components, of course, but that is a separate story.

  • 6 months ago

    100 degrees C

    The difference between boiling (bp) ad condensation point is is the direction of the change of phase.

    Heating it is boiling ; Cooling it is condensaton.

    Similarly at 0 degrees C

    On heating it is melting point ; on cooling it is freezing point.

  • 6 months ago

    It's neither 100° (Celsius - I guess...) nor 0° but somewhere between.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    Between 0 and 99, water boils at 100, so any temperature below that and above its freezing point it will condense back into a liquid, under standard conditions.

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