Posted by **Sar** on Monday, August 23, 2010 at 4:33pm.

How can i rearrange this Clausius-Clapeyron equation so that 1/T2 is on one side?

In P2/P1=delta H vaporization/R (1/T2- 1/T1)

I am trying to find at At what temperature does acetone have Pvap= 111 mm Hg.

Acetone, a common laboratory solvent, has Delta H vap= 29.1kJ/mol and a normal boiling point of 56.2 C.

I could easily do this problem if I was able to correctly rearrange the equation.

Can someone explain to me how to rearrange this?

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