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Solution: Given the data, calculate ΔSvap for each liquids. (ΔSvap = ΔHvap/T, where T is in K)CompoundNameBP (oC)ΔHvap (kJ/mol) at BPC4H10ODiethyl ether34.626.5C3H6OAcetone56.129.1C6H6Benzene79.830.8CHCl3Chloro

Problem

Given the data, calculate ΔSvap for each liquids. (ΔSvap = ΔHvap/T, where T is in K)

CompoundNameBP (oC)ΔHvap (kJ/mol) at BP
C4H10ODiethyl ether34.626.5
C3H6OAcetone56.129.1
C6H6Benzene79.830.8
CHCl3Chloroform60.829.4
C2H5OHEthanol77.838.6
H2OWater10040.7