Crystalline sodium sulfate in the presence of water vapor may form a decahydrate:



Crystalline sodium sulfate in the presence of water vapor may form a decahydrate:
Na2SO4 (s) + 10 H2O (g) = Na2SO4*10 H20(s)
a) Estimate the minimum partial pressure of water at which the decahydrate will form at 25 C
b) Make a rough estimate of the minimum water partial pressure for decahydrate formation at 15 C.
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