Which one of the following processes is endothermic?
A)boiling a liquid
B)freezing a liquid
C)Condensation of gas into liquid
D)Condensation of gas into solid

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  1. You must add heat to a liquid to boil it; therefore, it is endothermic. All of the others are exothermic.

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