Asked Nov 24, 2019

A gas mixture contains each of the following gases at the indicated partial pressures: N2, 226 torr ; O2, 125 torr ; and He, 109 torr .

What is the total pressure of the mixture?      


Expert Answer

Step 1


The pressures of three gases,

N2 = 226 torr

O2 = 125 torr  

He = 109 torr

We need to cal...

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