# Calculating partial pressure in a gas mixtureA 10.0 L tank at 13.4 °C is filled with 2.62 g of dinitrogen difluoride gas and 11.5 g of sulfur hexafluoride gas. You can assume both gases behave as idealgases under these conditions.Calculate the mole fraction and partial pressure of each gas, and the total pressure in the tank. Round each of your answers to 3 significant digits.mole fraction:x10dinitrogen difluoridepartial pressure:atmmole fraction:sulfur hexafluoridepartial pressure:atmatmTotal pressure in tank:CheckExnlanationto searchWX

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Calculate the mole fraction and partial pressure of each gas and the total pressure in the tank.

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Step 1

First, the moles of dinitrogen difluoride gas and sulfur hexafluoride gas are determined by using given mass and its molar mass.

Step 2

The mole fraction of each given ga...

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