Integrate the Clausius Clapeyron equation to get the saturated partial pressure equation.
dln(P)/dT = L/RT2
Es= Es0 exp(-L/R (1/T - 1/T0))
The Attempt at a Solution
∫L/RT (limits -> T &T0) = -L/R * (1/T - 1/T0)
dln(P)/dT = 1/P*dP/dT?
I've managed to confused myself to the point where these are the only coherent workings I have. I feel that I'm close and missing a trick? My problem is how I get to the exp and the Es0 constant. I know this is to do with dln(P)/dT, but the maths text book and the notes for the course I have don't help at all.