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he density of liquid oxygen at its boiling point is 1.14 kg/L , and its heat of vaporization is 213 kJ/kg .
How much energy in joules would be absorbed by 3.0 L of liquid oxygen as it vaporized?
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.

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