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Phase change a change from one state (solid or liquid or gas) to another without a change in chemical composition
endothermic noting or pertaining to a chemical change that is accompanied by an absorption of heat as opposed to exothermic
heat of fusion the heat absorbed by a unit mass of a given solid at its melting point that completely converts the solid to a liquid at the same temperature: equal to the heat of solidification
exothermic noting or pertaining to a chemical change that is accompanied by a liberation of heat ( opposed to endothermic ).
vaporization the rapid change of water into steam, especially in a boiler
heat of vaporization the heat absorbed per unit mass of a given material at its boiling point that completely converts the material to a gas at the same temperature: equal to the heat of condensation
evaporation matter or the quantity of matter evaporated or passed off in vapor.
vapor pressure the pressure exerted by the molecules of a vapor, especially that part of the total pressure exerted by vapor in a mixture of gases, as by water vapor in air.
condensation the result of being made more compact or dense.
sublimation the act, fact, or process of subliming
deposition the state of being deposited or precipitated
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