I'm working on vapor pressure for my general chemistry class, and I recently came across the curve P=C^(-[tex]\Delta[/tex]H/RT). I was wondering what the units are for C (or are there no units because it is a constant?) and where I could find a table of values for common liquids (water, ethanol, methanol, diethyl ether, etc.). I know that I can cancel out C when actually doing problems, but I was curious to see the magnitudes of the values and how much they differ from each other. I haven't been able to find a table of values so far, so if anyone has a link I'd appreciate it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Constant C in Vapor Pressure Equation

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