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6:21 PMSandy4 min, IMG_2275.jpgecom CH7Learning Objectives...t", 帅PrintQuestion 18 of 25lil Calculatorbsd Periodic Table3 Sapling Learning3.85-L container holds a mixture of two gases at 55 ℃. Theespectively, are 0.393 atm and 044 atm. If 0.210 mol of a third gas is addecpressuretemperature, what will the total pressure become?Numberatm

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3.85-L container holds a mixture of two gases at 55 ℃. The
espectively, are 0.393 atm and 044 atm. If 0.210 mol of a third gas is addec
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6:21 PM Sandy 4 min, IMG_2275.jpg ecom CH7Learning Objectives... t", 帅Print Question 18 of 25 lil Calculator bsd Periodic Table 3 Sapling Learning 3.85-L container holds a mixture of two gases at 55 ℃. The espectively, are 0.393 atm and 044 atm. If 0.210 mol of a third gas is addec pressure temperature, what will the total pressure become? Number atm

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An ideal gas refers to a gas which is composed of particles that move randomly  just like all other gas particles , with the difference that when the particles of an ideal gas collide with each other , these collisions between the gaseous molecules are supposed to be perfectly elastic that means energy of none of these particles would have been destroyed during the collisions.

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Ideal gas equation is obtained after the combination of all the gas laws such as Boyle’s law , Charles law and Avogadro’s law and the equation so obtained is known as ideal gas equation.

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Substituting these values in the above equation we get

Hence the...

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