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then how do u find:

the volume of the H2O released, measured at 220 degrees C and 735mm Hg?

What are you starting with? The volume of H2O released would depend on the original volume before being raised to that temperature. Please repost question with adequate data.

I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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