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Air at 90°C and 1.00 atm (absolute) contains 10.0 mole% water. A continuous stream of this air enters a compressor-condenser, in which the temperature is lowered to 15.6°C and the pressure is raised to 3.00 atm. The air leaving the condenser is then heated isobarically to 100°C. Calculate the fraction of water that is condensed from the air, the relative humidity of the air at 100°C, and the ratio m3 outlet air at 100°C/m3 feed air at 90°C.