The molar heat of fusion of aluminum metal is 1 0. 79 Kj / mol , whereas its heat of vaporization is 293 . 4 Kj / mol . Why is the heat of fusion of aluminum so much smaller than the ham of vaporization? What quantity of heat would be required to vaporize 1 .00 g of aluminum at its normal boiling point? What quantity of ham would he evolved if 5 .00 g of liquid aluminum freezes at its normal freezing point? What quantity of heat would be required to melt 0. 1 0 5 mole of aluminum at its normal melting point?

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The molar heat of fusion of aluminum metal is 1 0. 79 Kj / mol , whereas its heat of vaporization is 293 . 4 Kj / mol .

Why is the heat of fusion of aluminum so much smaller than the ham of vaporization?

What quantity of heat would be required to vaporize 1 .00  g of aluminum at its normal boiling point?

What quantity of ham would he evolved if 5 .00  g of liquid aluminum freezes at its normal freezing point?

What quantity of heat would be required to melt 0. 1 0 5 mole of aluminum at its normal melting point?

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