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Thermal Physics
Specific Latent Heat of Vaporization of Water
 
quantity of energy lost by steam = quantity of energy gained by cold water
where
ΔT1 is the change in temperature of the condensed steam (100-the final temperature) 
ΔT2 is the change in temperature of the (initially) cold water in the cup
 
Therefore
 
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