Problem: At room temperature, a sample of some compound has a vapor pressure of 454 torr. At what temperature will the solution have a vapor pressure of 900 Torr? ∆Hvap of compound is 25.8 kJ/mol.  A. 319 K B. 258 K C. 298 K D. 416 K

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At room temperature, a sample of some compound has a vapor pressure of 454 torr. At what temperature will the solution have a vapor pressure of 900 Torr? ∆Hvap of compound is 25.8 kJ/mol. 

A. 319 K

B. 258 K

C. 298 K

D. 416 K

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