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1. **the specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 j/mol·°c and 20.8 j/mol·°c, respectively. the enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 j/mol. how much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid ar from 5°c below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous ar at 5°c above its boiling point?**

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The speciﬁc heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25.0 J mol· C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20.8 J mol· C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar 5 C above its boiling point? 1.6290 J 2.6735 J 3.6495 J 4.6555 J 5.6960 J …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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Using the values we have in this example, q = (6506 J / mol)(1 mol) = 6506 J and finally, for the process of heating gaseous argon five degrees, we use the same equation as before, but with the specific heat appropri-ate to gaseous argon: q = (SH) (m) Δ T = (1 mol) 20. 8 J mol · C ¶ (5 C) = 104 J The sum of these three steps is the total amount of energy required: q = 6735 J 025 (part 1 of …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol °C and 20.8 J/mol °C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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The speciﬁc heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25.0 J mol· C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20.8 J mol· C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar 5 C above its boiling point? 1.6290 J 2.6735 J 3.6495 J 4.6555 J 5.6960 J …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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Using the values we have in this example, q = (6506 J / mol)(1 mol) = 6506 J and finally, for the process of heating gaseous argon five degrees, we use the same equation as before, but with the specific heat appropri-ate to gaseous argon: q = (SH) (m) Δ T = (1 mol) 20. 8 J mol · C ¶ (5 C) = 104 J The sum of these three steps is the total amount of energy required: q = 6735 J 025 (part 1 of …

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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The speciﬁc heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25.0 J mol· C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20.8 J mol· C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar 5 C above its boiling point? 1.6290 J 2.6735 J 3.6495 J 4.6555 J 5.6960 J …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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Using the values we have in this example, q = (6506 J / mol)(1 mol) = 6506 J and finally, for the process of heating gaseous argon five degrees, we use the same equation as before, but with the specific heat appropri-ate to gaseous argon: q = (SH) (m) Δ T = (1 mol) 20. 8 J mol · C ¶ (5 C) = 104 J The sum of these three steps is the total amount of energy required: q = 6735 J 025 (part 1 of …

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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Using the values we have in this example, q = (6506 J / mol)(1 mol) = 6506 J and finally, for the process of heating gaseous argon five degrees, we use the same equation as before, but with the specific heat appropri-ate to gaseous argon: q = (SH) (m) Δ T = (1 mol) 20. 8 J mol · C ¶ (5 C) = 104 J The sum of these three steps is the total amount of energy required: q = 6735 J 025 (part 1 of …

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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Using the values we have in this example, q = (6506 J / mol)(1 mol) = 6506 J and finally, for the process of heating gaseous argon five degrees, we use the same equation as before, but with the specific heat appropri-ate to gaseous argon: q = (SH) (m) Δ T = (1 mol) 20. 8 J mol · C ¶ (5 C) = 104 J The sum of these three steps is the total amount of energy required: q = 6735 J 025 (part 1 of …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol °C and 20.8 J/mol °C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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Using the values we have in this example, q = (6506 J / mol)(1 mol) = 6506 J and finally, for the process of heating gaseous argon five degrees, we use the same equation as before, but with the specific heat appropri-ate to gaseous argon: q = (SH) (m) Δ T = (1 mol) 20. 8 J mol · C ¶ (5 C) = 104 J The sum of these three steps is the total amount of energy required: q = 6735 J 025 (part 1 of …

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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Using the values we have in this example, q = (6506 J / mol)(1 mol) = 6506 J and finally, for the process of heating gaseous argon five degrees, we use the same equation as before, but with the specific heat appropri-ate to gaseous argon: q = (SH) (m) Δ T = (1 mol) 20. 8 J mol · C ¶ (5 C) = 104 J The sum of these three steps is the total amount of energy required: q = 6735 J 025 (part 1 of …

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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The speciﬁc heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25.0 J mol· C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20.8 J mol· C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar 5 C above its boiling point? 1.6290 J 2.6735 J 3.6495 J 4.6555 J 5.6960 J …

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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The speciﬁc heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25.0 J mol· C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20.8 J mol· C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar 5 C above its boiling point? 1.6290 J 2.6735 J 3.6495 J 4.6555 J 5.6960 J …

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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The speciﬁc heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25.0 J mol· C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20.8 J mol· C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar 5 C above its boiling point? 1.6290 J 2.6735 J 3.6495 J 4.6555 J 5.6960 J …

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar at 5°C above its boiling point?

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The speciﬁc heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25.0 J mol· C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20.8 J mol· C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar 5 C above its boiling point? 1.6290 J 2.6735 J 3.6495 J 4.6555 J 5.6960 J …

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Using the values we have in this example, q = (6506 J / mol)(1 mol) = 6506 J and finally, for the process of heating gaseous argon five degrees, we use the same equation as before, but with the specific heat appropri-ate to gaseous argon: q = (SH) (m) Δ T = (1 mol) 20. 8 J mol · C ¶ (5 C) = 104 J The sum of these three steps is the total amount of energy required: q = 6735 J 025 (part 1 of …

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6735 J The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol·°C and 20.8 J/mol·°C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar

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The specific heat for liquid argon and gaseous argon is 25.0 J/mol °C and 20.8 J/mol °C, respectively. The enthalpy of vaporization of argon is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5°C below its boiling point to 1 mole of

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the magnitude of the temperature change (in this case, from 21 °C to 85 °C). The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g °C (Table \(\PageIndex{1}\)), so to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C requires 4.184 J. We note that since 4.184 J is required to heat 1 g of water by 1 °C, we will need 800 times as much to heat 800 g of water by 1 °C.

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Total = 5212. 46 J + 28724 J + 18333. 5 J = 52269. 9 J = 52. 2699 kJ. 012 10.0points The specific heat for liquid argon Ar(ℓ) is 25. 0 J mol · C and gaseous Ar(g) is 20. 8 J mol · C. The enthalpy of evaporation is 6506 J/mol. How much energy is required to convert 1 mole of liquid Ar from 5 C below its boiling point to 1 mole of gaseous Ar …

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Version PREVIEW – Quiz 1 – VANDEN BOUT – (53585) 1 … Mlib006041 001 10.0 points The speciﬁc heat of liquid water is 4.184 J/g· C, and of steam 2.03 J/g· C. The heat of vaporization of water (ℓ) … 3.the liquid is at its boiling point. 4. water is being extensively hydrogen bonded.

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