altcal 54cal Part A 25 of 27 How much heat in kilocalories is required to melt 3.0 mol of isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol; molar mass 60.0 g/mol)? The heat of fusion and heat of vaporization of isopropyl alcohol are 21.4 cal/g and 159 cal/g, respectively VAED 3.0 mol bo.0g ? mo kcal Submit Request Answer Part B How much heat in kilocalories is required to vaporize 3.0 mol? ? VAXp kcal

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How much heat in kilocalories is required to melt 3.0 mol of isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol; molar mass 60.0 g/mol)? The heat of fusion and heat of
vaporization of isopropyl alcohol are 21.4 cal/g and 159 cal/g, respectively
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altcal 54cal Part A 25 of 27 How much heat in kilocalories is required to melt 3.0 mol of isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol; molar mass 60.0 g/mol)? The heat of fusion and heat of vaporization of isopropyl alcohol are 21.4 cal/g and 159 cal/g, respectively VAED 3.0 mol bo.0g ? mo kcal Submit Request Answer Part B How much heat in kilocalories is required to vaporize 3.0 mol? ? VAXp kcal

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