Definition of Heat of condensation

1. Noun. Heat liberated by a unit mass of gas at its boiling point as it condenses into a liquid. "The heat of condensation is equal to the heat of vaporization"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heat Of Condensation

heat haze
heat hazes
heat hyperpyrexia
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heat lamp
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heat oedema
heat of combustion
heat of compression
heat of condensation (current term)
heat of crystallization
heat of dissociation
heat of evaporation
heat of formation
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heat of hydration
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Literary usage of Heat of condensation

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1. Principles of Inorganic Chemistry by Harry Clary Jones (1906)
"Heat of Condensation of Steam and of Solidification of Water. — We have spoken of the heat of vaporization of water being such a large quantity. ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1907)
"Accordingly, with k = i 2/3, we have Q/W' = 1/2; and we see that only one half of the heat of condensation has been radiated away, and an equal amount ..."

3. Heat and Thermodynamics by Francis M. Hartmann (1911)
"(10) Q', in equation (10), represents the heat of combustion, plus the heat of condensation. Since, however, the temperature of the exhaust gases, ..."

4. Meteorology: A Text-book on the Weather, the Causes of Its Changes, and by Willis Isbister Milham (1912)
"These are the absorption of radiant energy, the latent heat of condensation, and the latent heat of fusion. As soon as the rising air becomes cloudy, ..."

5. Meteorology: A Text Book on the Weather, the Causes of Its Changes, and by Willis Isbister Milham (1912)
"These are the absorption of radiant energy, the latent heat of condensation, and the latent heat of fusion. As soon as the rising air becomes cloudy, ..."

6. The Electric Furnace: Its Construction, Operation and Uses by Alfred Stansfield (1914)
"... and "combined water" in the fuel, will be condensed to water; and its latent heat of condensation will be included in the resulting calorific power. ..."

7. Metallurgical Calculations by Joseph William Richards (1918)
"This amounts virtually to assuming that the latent heat of condensation of the vapor formed has not been generated in the furnace, an assumption which is ..."

8. Laboratory Projects in Physics: A Manual of Practical Experiments for Beginners by Frederick F. Good (1920)
"heat of condensation (OR VAPORIZATION) LATENT HEAT , To find how many heat units (calories) are given out by the condensation of a gram of steam MATERIALS. ..."

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