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What is the approximate vapor pressure when the liquid water boils at about 50°C?
since water boils at 100 degrees celsius and the point at which water boils is when vapor pressure=atmospheric pressure, the vapor pressure would be closest to about half the atmospheric pressure which in this case is roughly 380 torr
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