# The vapor pressure of 1-chlorotetradecane at several temperatures is tabulated here. (a) Use two-point linear interpolation to estimate the value of p* at T = 185 o C. (b) Write a computer subroutine to estimate the vapor pressure of 1-chlorotetradecane

The vapor pressure of 1-chlorotetradecane at several temperatures is tabulated here.

(a) Use two-point linear interpolation to estimate the value of p* at T = 185^{o}C.

(b) Write a computer subroutine to estimate the vapor pressure of 1-chlorotetradecane for any temperature between 98.5^{o}C 215.5^{o}C using two-point linear interpolation, the subroutine must determine which two tabulated temperatures bracket the given temperature, and apply the interpolation to estimate p* (T). Then write a main program to read and store the values of p* and T given in the table and to generate a table of vapor pressures at temperatures T = 100^{o}C, 105^{o}C 110^{o}C? 215^{o}C, calling your subroutine to estimate p* at each temperature. Check your program using the result of part (a).

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## 98.5 131.8 148.2 166.2 199.8 215.5 5 10 20 60 100 T(°C) p* (mm Hg) 1

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