Endothermic or Exothermic

[Solved]- Sublimation and Deposition- Endothermic or Exothermic

Sublimation-and-Deposition-Endothermic-or-Exothermic

The sublimation process is basically an endothermic process in which particles of the solid substance on absorbing heat directly turns into gaseous (Vapours) forms. Whereas, the change of vapours into a solid on cooling is exothermic and known as the deposition or desublimation process. Most of the solid substance on heating at first turns into …

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[Solved] – Is Condensation Exothermic or Endothermic

Condensation Exothermic or Endothermic

Condensation takes place when the gaseous particles change themselves into a liquid state. It is an exothermic process. The gaseous particles have more heat than liquid. On losing heat, the temperature becomes lower than the boiling point. Hence, they change their state into liquid. To a particular situation, gas particles have a sufficient temperature. When …

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