What is the vapor pressure of pure water?

Answer The vapor pressure of water varies with temperature. Based on the standard measure of 20 degrees Celsius, water's vapor pressure is 2.3 kPa (kilopascals). Water has a boiling point of 100 degrees C... Read More »

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What Is Water Vapor Pressure?

Water vapor pressure is defined as the pressure produced by water vapor in the atmosphere. It is also called evaporation pressure or saturated vapor pressure, that which is exerted by a vapor in co... Read More »

What is the value of water vapor pressure at 320.88 k?

Numerous formulas exist to calculate the water vapor pressure at a given temperature. The Goff-Gratch is just one of these formulas, which given a 320.88 K temperature reveals a 82.583 Torr water p... Read More »

Science Projects Using Vapor Pressure to Get Water to Boil?

If you have ever heard your students mutter that science projects were about as boring as watching water boil, then they have never done vapor pressure water experiments. These experiments defy the... Read More »

What is the vapor pressure of propylene glycol?

The vapor pressure for propylene glycol is less than 0.1 millimeters of mercury at 25 degrees Celsius or 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Propylene glycol is a clear liquid that may have a slight odor.Sourc... Read More »