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Technician A says that a great amount of heat is transferred when a liquid boils or a vapor condenses. Technician B says that a change in pressure docs not change the boiling point of a substance. Who is correct?

  1. Technician A only

  • Technician B only
  • Both A and B
  • Neither A nor B
  • To determine

    The correct technician in his approach about the heat transferred during phase change and effect of pressure change on boiling point of a liquid.

    Explanation

    Boiling and condensation are the phase change processes. During the phase change processes, a huge amount of heat transfer takes place due to the involvement of latent heat of vaporization. The heat transfer that takes place during the phase change is given by the following equation.

    Q=m×L Where  m = mass of liquid </

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