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how do you calculate the quantity of heat gained or lost?
0.60 mol of steam condenses at 100°C

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    mass x heat vaporization. You must make sure that the mass and the heat vap are in the same units.And if you are condensing steam the heat will be lost from the steam.

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    Now I get it, thank you so much!

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