Find the molar enthalpy of vaporization for a substance, given that 3.21 mol of the subtance absorbs 28.4 kJ of energy as heat when the substance changes from a liquid to a gas.

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  1. 28.4 kJ/3.21 mol = ?? kJ/mol.

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