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 Is Heat Required to Vaporize Water?

Answer Heat is energy in transit. Processes that release heat are exothermic, while processes that absorb heat energy are endothermic. Vaporization of water is an example of an endothermic process that ab... Read More »
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Should you give water to a heat exhaustion or heat stroke?

The USAFA Cadet Honor Guard adheres strictly to 36-2203. Color Guard procedures for Academy parades are traditional, but differ only slightly from the standard Air Force Drill and Ceremonies manual... Read More »
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Are drip pans required for heat pumps?

In colder climates, most heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) manufacturers do not provide a drip pan under the outdoor coil of a heat pump. If condensed moisture were to collect in a ... Read More »
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How long does it take to heat water in a 50 gallon water heater?

The time it takes for a 50 gallon water heater to heat water depends on the temperature of the water coming into the tank, whether the tank is gas or electric, and the desired temperature of the ho... Read More »
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Why do you have a hot water heater when you don't need to heat hot water?

For the same reason why you have an ATM machine. The "M" in ATM stands for "machine," yet people still refer to it as an ATM machine. Let's not forget that drive-up ATMs have brale on the keypads... Read More »
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