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    H20 (g) to H20 (l) is this reaction exothermic or endothermic??and i need to be able to justify my answer

    any help appreciated
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    How do you go from water to steam?

    Steam to water is the opposite so...
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    so its endothermic then,but i dont know how to explain why its endothermic?
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    You need to heat water to get it to boil and turn it into steam, this is an endothermic process.

    To do the reverse it must be an exothermic process...by doing this it is forming stronger intermolecular interactions and bond forming is exothermic :yep:
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    ah!! thank you !!xxx

    just checking its endothermic right??
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    Gas to liquid is exothermic.
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    lol EXOthermic.
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    Don't hold your hand over a boiling kettle!!
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    meant to say exothermic ,there so similar (my typing skills arent so great i have to say)!!
 
 
 
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