one mole of liquid water (100 deg C, vapor pressure = 1 atm) in a container is introduced into an evacuated vessel maintained at 100 deg C and allowed to evaporated. The volume of the vessel is such that the final pressure of the gaseous water is 0.1 atm. Given the (normal) latent heat of 9,730 cal per mole at 100 deg C, and assuming the vapor is ideal, calculate q, w, delta H, delta G and delta S for this process. [/b] So I know that I need to find a reversible path for this problem, but I don't really know where to start. I started by using the latent heat to find q using the formula L = Q/m But other than that I have no idea where to go with this. I would very much appreciate any help on this problem.