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Find the molar heat of vaporization for a
substance, if 3.28mol of the substance absorbs
24.8 kJ of energy when it changes from a liquid
to a gas.
Answer in units of kJ/mol

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    What do we have? We have 3.28 mol absorb 24.8 kJ. We want to know kJ/mol. That's
    24.8 kJ/3.28 mol = ? kJ/mol.

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