2.44 Ammonia gas is condensed at its boiling point at 1.013 25 bar at -33.4 °C by the application of a pressure infinitesimally greater than 1 bar. To evaporate ammonia

at its boiling point requires the absorption of 23.30 kJ mol-1. Calculate (a) Wrev per mole, (b) q per mole, (c) AU, and (d) AH.

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