Clausius clapeyron and heat capacity

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Homework Statement:

Consider a substance whose vapor is at equilibrium at temperature T with it's liquid phase. Calculate the heat capacity C = dQ / dT as a function of n, c_p(T) and q. Use Maxwell relationships and the clausius clapeyron equation and treat the vapor as an ideal gas.
How can I go on?

Relevant Equations:

dp/dT=q/(T(v_g-v_f))
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I'm guessing that what they mean by C is T times the left side of your final equation. If it isn't that, then I have no idea what they're getting at.
 

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