Create a solution of equal molarity from substances A and B. If the vapor pressures of this substance A and B in pure form are 0.1 atm and 0.3 atm, find the composition of each component in the vapor, the pressures when the boiling starts and the vapor pressure in the case when there is too little liquid. Assumptions: 1) Let A and B create the ideal solution b) The rate of evaporation at a constant temperature is very low.

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Create a solution of equal molarity from substances A and B. If the vapor pressures of this substance A and B in pure form are 0.1 atm and 0.3 atm, find the composition of each component in the vapor, the pressures when the boiling starts and the vapor pressure in the case when there is too little liquid. Assumptions: 1) Let A and B create the ideal solution b) The rate of evaporation at a constant temperature is very low.

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