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The enthalpy of vaporization of benzene, C6H6(l), is 33.9 kJ mol?1 at 298 K. How many liters of C6H6(g), measured at 298 K and 88.7 mmHg, are formed when 1.90 kJ of heat is absorbed by C6H6(l) at a constant temperature of 298 K?


not sure what formulae to use, thanks!


M = Q/([heat of vaporization)
1.90 kJ/ 33.9 kJ/mol = 0.056 moles

Use the perfect gas law to covert that number of moles to liters of gas. Be sure to use the low pressure of 88.7 mm Hg

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