The Boiling Point of Water at High Altitude

Question 4?3: The Boiling Point of Water at High Altitude The relationship between the equilibrium vapor pressure of a liquid or solid and temperature is given by the Clausius?Clapeyron equation. In this assignment you will measure the vapor pressure of water at a given temperature and use this data and the Clausius?Clapeyron equation to calculate the boiling point of water on the top of Mt. Denali in Alaska. Data Table Vapor Pressure (Torr) 1.500 kTorr Temperature (K) 393.37 K 3. The Clausius?Clapeyron equation may be written in several forms. For this assignment the most useful form can be written as In (P2/P1) = ??Hvap/R(1/T2 ? 1/T1) If P1 and T1 are the experimental vapor pressure and temperature that you measured and the pressure at the top of Mt. Denali P2 is 340 Torr the boiling point of water T2 at the top of the mountain can be calculated by solving the Clausius?Clapeyron equation for T2. Calculate the boiling point of water at the top of Mt. Denali. The value of R is 8.314 JK?1mol?1 and ?Hvap for water is 40.67 kJ/mol

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