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A closed, rigid tank is filled with water. Initially, the tank holds 1.0 lb of saturated vapor and 7.0 lb of saturated liquid, each at 212°F. The water is heated until the tank contains only saturated vapor. Kinetic and potential energy effects can be ignored. Determine the volume of the tank, in ft3, the temperature at the final state, in °F, and the heat transfer, in Btu.

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