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By removing heat energy from the steam.

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Steam is water vapor, usually created by using heat. To change water vapor back into liquid water, the condensation process is used.


No it's a chemical change because the steam can be condensed back into water. Therefore it is a physical change because it can be changed back


You can turn steam back into water by condensing it, condensation is a process which changes a gas into water.


Allow the steam to cool down and it will turn back to water.


When water is heated and turns into steam it undergoes a Physical Change.


Physical change- it is still H2O, and can be changed back to water by cooling it.


Boil water, steam is generated.


Water converts to steam at 100° C through a process called vaporization. Steam changes back to water when it cools and condenses.


it becomes a GAS/VAPOUR but it is still called steam, because it has changed from liquid form (water) to gas/vapour form (steam), lol. grimbo


Yes, because it only changed its physical state


The changing of water to steam is a physical change because it is still water, but only in a different state. The steam can change back into water which is a reversible change. Chemicals changes cannot change back. They are permanent.


Water turns into steam by boiling, which means the water temperature rises above the boiling point (about 100°C in most cases, but it depends on the air pressure). Steam turns back into water by condensing, which means the temperature drops back below the boiling point.



As steam cools it reverts back to fluid-- water.


Cooling it down will make it condense back into water.


steam from the turbine passes through tubes that are suurounded by water that is cooler than the steam the steam is therefore cooled the steam then turns back into water condensation =condensor


I assume it is "what does the conversion of water mean?" Water can be converted to ice by being frozen. Or to steam to drive a steam engine by being super heated. Or changed to water vapour by being heated until the water is evaporated away (as in desalination of sea water) and the water vapour to be condensed back into drinkable water free of salt.


A physical reaction/change can be changed back to its original form. eg. Ice>water>steam. The stem can go back. A chemical reaction/change cannot be changed back into its original form. eg. Bread>toast. You cant turn the toast back into bread.



Boiling water into steam is a REVERSIBLE process. The steam can be collected and converted back into liquid water. This process is a physical change, not a chemical change.


Water that's been distilled. Means you let it boil, collect the steam and cool the steam back into water.


Because the water vaporizes, and turns into steam. The steam continues to go back up, and then burns.


Ice: for cooling drinks water: to drink and for baths steam: sauna's and steam rooms (also steam powered trains and boats back in the olden days)


yes. cool the air and the water will condense.



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