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5. The change in entropy for condensing 51 g ammonia (NH3()NH3) at its boiling
point (240K) is 293 J/K. What is the molar enthalpy of vaporation (AHvap) for ammonia?
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5. The change in entropy for condensing 51 g ammonia (NH3()NH3) at its boiling point (240K) is 293 J/K. What is the molar enthalpy of vaporation (AHvap) for ammonia?

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