Does the surrounding air become warm or cool when vapour phase of H2O condenses? Explain



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The surrounding air will become warm when water vapor condenses. The vapors when become water will give away latent heat they have, we know that latent heat is required for the object to change states, so, the latent heat the water vapor had when it became water vapor from water will be given out when it again becomes water.