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The heat of sublimation for iodine over the range of temperatures from 273 K to 368 K has been reported in the literature: D. A. Shirley and W. F. Giauque, J. Am. Chem. Soc. _81_, 4778-4779 (1959). Table III of that reference contains the information you'll need.

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Q: What is the heat of sublimation of Iodine at 297 K?
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