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Whats the vapor pressure for water at T=35 Celsius ?

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i am working on a chemistry problem and i need to find the vapor pressure of water at 35 C and at 15 C. i have check all the tables but cannot see the reading for 35 C or for 15 C.
anybody knows the value ?
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42.175mm at 35 C
12.788mm at 15 C
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thnx
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