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We're doing a lab and we basically had to find ln(Pv), where Pv is vapor pressure of isopropanol. Well, the pressure is initially measured in kPa, but what happens to the units if you take a natural log of that whole thing?

For example, if I take ln(5 kPa), do the units remain or disappear, or what happens to them? It'd be really nice if they disappeared :) But I'm doubting that possibility

Thanks

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# Homework Help: Natural log of units

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