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A sample of gas placed in a flask attached to an open-end mercury manometer shown below. The difference in the height of the mercury between the two arms (h in the figure) is 76mm. If the external atmospheric pressure is 765 torr, what is the pressure of the gas?

A. 6.73atm

B. 1.11atm

C. 8.45atm

D. 1.03atm

E. 0.907atm

Question 1
A sample of gas is placed in a flask attache
difference in the height of the mercury bet
external atmospheric pressure is 765 torr,
Open end
h
Gas
6.73 atm
1.11 atm
8.45 atm
1.03 atm
0.907 atm
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Transcribed Image Text:Question 1 A sample of gas is placed in a flask attache difference in the height of the mercury bet external atmospheric pressure is 765 torr, Open end h Gas 6.73 atm 1.11 atm 8.45 atm 1.03 atm 0.907 atm
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