1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 1 kg of moist air and 1 g condenses. What will the change in the temperature of the moist air be? Heat of Vaporization = 2.5*10^6 J/kg 2. The attempt at a solution The moist air will warm due to condensation. Heat of Vaporization=2.5*10^3 J/g Specific heat at constant pressure = 1004 J/K.kg = 1.004 J/K.g My next step was to divide the heat of vaporization with the specific heat to get the temperature in Kelvin, however the value seems to large. Any help would be grateful......Thanks.