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During the phase of condenstion, is heat being absorbed from surroundings or released into surroundings! I think it is being released into surroundings!
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  • Chemistry -

    Go to the head of the class. The process of condensation is indeed exothermic.

    Similiarly, evaporation is endothermic, it absorbs heat.

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