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The vaporization temperature (liquid to gas) is the same temperature as the condensation temperature (gas to liquid).

In advanced engineering this may not be technically true however, since the condensation temperature can be significantly lower than the vaporization temperature in very controlled circumstances (subcooled gases, subcooled liquids).

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12y ago

The temperature at which condensation takes place is the Dew Point..

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It is called the dew point though temperature is not the only factor involved.

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dew point

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