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Solution: The table shown here lists the molar heats of vaporization for several organic compounds. Compound Heat of vaporization (kJ/mol)

Problem
The table shown here lists the molar heats of vaporization for several organic compounds.

Compound Heat of vaporization (kJ/mol)
CH3CH2CH3 19.0
CH3CH2CH2CH2CH3 27.6
CH3CHBrCH3 31.8
CH3COCH3 32.0
CH3CH2CH2Br 33.6
CH3CH2CH2OH 47.3

Use specific examples from this list to illustrate how the heat of vaporization varies with molecular polarity.