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How much energy, in kj, is absorbed by 23.8g of acetone when it evaporates if its molar heat of vaporization is 32.0 kj/mol?

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    q = mass x heat vap. Note that mass must bae in mols if dHvap is in kJ/mol. q will be in kJ

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