Three flasks, each containing a gas sample, are set up as shown below. Assuming no temperature change, determine the final pressure inside the system after allstopcocks are opened. Assume that the connecting tube has negligble volume.A-H2(g) V-4.35L P-0.791 atmB = Ar(g) V = 2.67 L P= 1.25 atmC = O2(g) V= 5.01 L P= 2.78 atmFinal pressure-atm

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Three flasks, each containing a gas sample, are set up as shown below. Assuming no temperature change, determine the final pressure inside the system after all
stopcocks are opened. Assume that the connecting tube has negligble volume.
A-H2(g) V-4.35L P-0.791 atm
B = Ar(g) V = 2.67 L P= 1.25 atm
C = O2(g) V= 5.01 L P= 2.78 atm
Final pressure-
atm
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Three flasks, each containing a gas sample, are set up as shown below. Assuming no temperature change, determine the final pressure inside the system after all stopcocks are opened. Assume that the connecting tube has negligble volume. A-H2(g) V-4.35L P-0.791 atm B = Ar(g) V = 2.67 L P= 1.25 atm C = O2(g) V= 5.01 L P= 2.78 atm Final pressure- atm

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