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Solution:
The following table gives the vapor pressure of hexafluorobenzene (C6 F6 ) as a function of temperature:
Temperature (K ) Vapor Pressure (torr)
280.0 32.42
300.0 92.47
320.0 225.1
330.0 334.4
340.0 482.9
Use these data to determine the boiling point of the compound.

Solution: The following table gives the vapor pressure of hexafluorobenzene (C6 F6 ) as a function of temperature: Temperature (K ) Vapor Pressure (torr)

Problem
The following table gives the vapor pressure of hexafluorobenzene (C6 F6 ) as a function of temperature:

Temperature (K ) Vapor Pressure (torr)
280.0 32.42
300.0 92.47
320.0 225.1
330.0 334.4
340.0 482.9

Use these data to determine the boiling point of the compound.