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Consider the evaporation of methanol at 25.0 C:
CH3OH(l)--->CH3OH(g)

Delta G= 4.3 kJ

Find Delta G at 25.0 C under the following nonstandard conditions:
Pressure of CH3OH= 15.0 mmHg.

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    DG = 4.3 + (.008314)(298)ln(.197)= .3

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