Problem: It was determined that the normal boiling point of a compound was 183.5°C. When the boiling point was measured at 300 mmHg, it was a 136.8°C. What is the heat of vaporization (kJ/mol) of this compound? a. 31.0 KJ/molb. 56.7 KJ/molc. 93.9 KJ/mold. 145 KJ/mole. 188 KJ/mol

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It was determined that the normal boiling point of a compound was 183.5°C. When the boiling point was measured at 300 mmHg, it was a 136.8°C. What is the heat of vaporization (kJ/mol) of this compound?

a. 31.0 KJ/mol

b. 56.7 KJ/mol

c. 93.9 KJ/mol

d. 145 KJ/mol

e. 188 KJ/mol

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