|Oct7-10, 10:53 AM||#1|
Boiling point at a certain pressure!
How can one calculate the boiling of a liquid at a pressure different from standard temperature?
Am trying to do it using the ideal gas equation,
Where P is the STP, V is 22.4l, T= boiling point at STP, P'= new pressure, V' is the new volume and T' is to be found. But is it easy to find V'.
But I found another equation of Clausius-Clapeyton which involves the heat of vaporisation. Using this equation, the problem is finding the heat of vaporisation. Can anyone help me?
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