What is the value of latent heat of condensation of water?
The latent heat of condensation of a substance is the heat liberated by a unit mass of the substance's vapor at its boiling point as it condenses into liquid phase.
(It is essentially the "opposite" of the latent heat of vaporization).
This value depends on the temperature, and according to this Wikipedia page, if the temperature range is from
#L_"water"(T) = 2500.8 - 2.36T +0.0016T^2 - 0.00006T^3# #"J/g"#
As an example, we can use this equation to find the latent heat of condensation at