Complete the Statement by Filling the Blank with the Correct Word Given Below. Conversion of Vapour Or Gas into a Liquid is Termed ____________. - Chemistry

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Complete the statement by filling the blank with the correct word given below.

Conversion of vapour [or gas] into a liquid is termed ____________.

Options

  • liquefaction

  • vaporization

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Solution

Conversion of vapour [or gas] into a liquid is termed liquefaction.

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