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What is the vapor pressure of CS2(in mmHg) at 18.5degree C? Carbon disulfide, CS2, has Pvap= 100mm at -5.1 degree C and change in Hvap = 28.0 kj/mol .

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    Use the Clausius-Clapeyron equation.

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