@NathanG - I think that would be a safe assumption. In terms of practical application, however, it appears that heat of vaporization wouldn’t be used in random settings.
Rather, it would be confined to environments where the equipment – like distillers and things like that – would be by controlled by specific, controlled variables like air pressure and other things that might affect it.
What’s important to remember is that whether your water ends up as vapor or not, the old law of conservation of energy says that matter can neither be created nor destroyed. So you’d have the same molecules going out as you had going in.