# How can I calculate phase changes?

What is there to calculate...? This is a phenomenon of measurement...

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You could look up the Clapeyron equation for phase changes...but I think you should refine this question...

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Phase changes can be computed using the formula Q = m * ΔH, where m is mass, ΔH is the enthalpy change, and Q is heat energy.

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