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 How to Convert the Heat Released From 100 Degrees of Steam to Water at a 100 Degrees?

Answer When matter condenses from a gas to a liquid, it releases a certain amount of heat. The exact amount of heat is dictated by two properties of the gas: its mass and its heat of condensation (Hc). ... Read More »
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Your new water heater's thermostat is calibrated in degrees Celsius. What setting should you use if you want a hot water temperature of 140 degrees F?

What is the cost of electricity to heat 35000 gallons of water from 62 to 79 degrees?

A BTU is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. A gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds. 1 watt-hour of resistance heat yields 3... Read More »
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Am I wrong for telling him to turn down the heat 38 degrees and heat on 75?

I keep it a toasty 68 F, 75 would be too hot for me, but some people like it that way.
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How many degrees does a steam iron get?

Steam irons convert water to steam when it is heated to over 212 degrees Fahrenheit. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) recommends the following standards for temperatures on steam ... Read More »
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