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What is the barometric pressure of water at 23.2 C, perferably in atm. Thank you.

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    Hmmmmm.

    I am wondering if you mean water vapor pressure.

    teacher.shaker.k12.nh.us/.../Water%20Vapor%20Pressure%20Table.doc -

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