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What is delta G for the vaporization of hydrazine, N2H4, at 70 degrees C if 2.0 mol of hydrazine liquid are present and the pressure of the hydrazine gas is 0.15 atm?

N2H4(l) <--> N2H4(g)

delta G f = 159 kJ/mol for N2H4(g)

delta G f = 149 kJ/mol for N2H4(l)

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