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h at the saturation temperature of the refrigerant), I know the work formula (w = -m*(h2-h1) and I know how to get m* in kg/s, but how do you find H2?...

I have found h1 (it's the h at the saturation temperature of the refrigerant), I know the work formula (w = -m*(h2-h1) and I know how to get m* in kg/s, but how do you find H2?

I've been staring at this question for an hour and I don't know what to do! It's something to do with linear interpolation and the superheated values in the steam tables, but what values do I take?

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