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6. Water has a density of 0.96 g mL^-1 at its boiling point of 100 degrees C under standard atmospheric pressure. The density of water vapor is about 1600 times less than the density of water under the same conditions. If a 1.00 L beaker of water was converted into water vapor at 100 degrees C under standard atmospheric pressure, what would the volume (in L) of the water vapor be?