heat of condensation


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heat of condensation

[′hēt əv ‚känd·ən′sā·shən]
(thermodynamics)
The increase in enthalpy accompanying the conversion of 1 mole of vapor into liquid at constant pressure and temperature.
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approximately equal to] 30-35[degrees]C in the contact-regenerative part in ascending gas- liquid flow in the emulsified mode, transferring the latent heat of condensation of the most portion of water vapors.
The resins formed in the isolated reaction vessel were used for the determination of the heat of condensation, which was measured using the Perkin-Elmer DSC-7.
Reserves of significant reduction of waste heat losses of boilers using combustion products deep-cooling apparatus allowing to use effectively not only sensible heat of moist gases but also the heat of condensation of aqueous vapors contained in them are indicated.