Chemistry
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Given data collected for a liquid.
Equilibrium vapor pressure in torr:
4.6, 17.5, 149.4, 525.8
T in *C
0., 20., 60., 90.
*Find T in K, Find 1/T in K1 and 1n VP.
*Then make a graph of 1n vapor pressure (1n VP) versus 1/T (where temperature is in units of Kelvins.) Using linear regression analysis (using excel), determine the slope, intercept, r and r squared for the best fit line. Write the equation for the best straight line in terms of 1n VP and 1/T.
*Using the equation you have determined, draw the best straight line among your data points. Show your calculation of the guide points for the best straight line below.
*Determine delta H in joules/mole from the slope calculated in part 1 from linear regression analysis.
*From the equation for the best straight line, determine the equilibrium vapor pressure at 25 *C.
*From the equation for the best fit line, determine the temperature where the equilibrium vapor pressure equals exactly 760 torr, which is the normal boiling point.

#1. We can't draw graphs on these boards.
#2. How much of this do you know how to do.
#3. The 1 you are using for ln should be an ell and not a one (but you're keyboard may not know the difference).
#4. Here is a site that may help you get started. http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/~cchieh/cact/c123/clausius.html
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