Problem: How much heat energy is required to convert 97.9 g of liquid sulfur dioxide, SO2, at 202.6 K to gaseous SO2 at 263.1 K if the molar heat of vaporization of SO2 is 24.9 kJ/mol, and the specific heat capacity (C) of liquid SO2 is 1.36 J/(g •  °C)?

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How much heat energy is required to convert 97.9 g of liquid sulfur dioxide, SO2, at 202.6 K to gaseous SO2 at 263.1 K if the molar heat of vaporization of SO2 is 24.9 kJ/mol, and the specific heat capacity (C) of liquid SO2 is 1.36 J/(g •  °C)?

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