# Heat of vaporization calculator

## Heat of vaporization

Dive into the intricacies of chemistry with our cutting-edge Heat of Vaporization Calculator, an essential tool for students and professionals.

- What is Heat of Vaporization?
- Heat of Vaporization Formulas.
- Using the Heat of Vaporization Calculator.

## What is Heat of Vaporization?

The Heat of Vaporization is a captivating concept in thermodynamics, representing the thermal energy required to transform a substance from a liquid state to a gaseous state at its boiling point, maintaining a constant temperature. This principle is fundamental in various scientific fields, including material science and meteorology.

## Heat of Vaporization Formulas

The Clausius-Clapeyron equation is pivotal for calculating the Heat of Vaporization:

q = \dfrac{R \cdot (T_2 - T_1)}{ \ln \left( \frac{P_2}{P_1} \right)}**q**- Heat of Vaporization**R**- Universal Gas Constant (8.314 J/(mol·K))**T₁, T₂**- Temperatures in Kelvin**P₁, P₂**- Vapor Pressures at T₁ and T₂ respectively

## Using the Heat of Vaporization Calculator

Navigate through our user-centric calculator with ease by inputting the temperatures (T₁, T₂) in Kelvin, and the corresponding vapor pressures (P₁, P₂) in Pascal, then calculation will be made automatically and you will get instant result.

Example: For T₁ = 300 K, P₁ = 10000 Pa, T₂ = 350 K, P₂ = 15000 Pa, the calculator outputs the Heat of Vaporization as approximately 2161 J/mol.

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