# Problem: Calculate the mass of water that can be vaporized with 155 kJ of heat at 100 °C? (Molar Mass of Water= 18.02 g/mol, ΔHvap = 40.7 kJ/mol) a. 12.5 gb. 36.0 gc. 68.6 gd. 86.8 ge. 18.02 g

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Calculate the mass of water that can be vaporized with 155 kJ of heat at 100 °C? (Molar Mass of Water= 18.02 g/mol, ΔHvap = 40.7 kJ/mol)

a. 12.5 g

b. 36.0 g

c. 68.6 g

d. 86.8 g

e. 18.02 g

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