Using Raoult's Law to calculate the vapor pressure of a compon...DEAt a certain temperature the vapor pressure of pure heptane 716and 133. g of chloroform (CHCI)is measured to be 0.50 atm. Suppose a solution is prepared by mixing 110. g of heptaneCalculate the partial pressure of heptane vapor above this solution. Round your answer to 2 significant digits.Note for advanced students: you may assume the solution is ideal.atmX10?CheckExplanationFTerms of Use2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved.

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Calculate the partial pressure of heptane vapor above this solution. Round to two sig figs

Using Raoult's Law to calculate the vapor pressure of a compon...
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At a certain temperature the vapor pressure of pure heptane 716
and 133. g of chloroform (CHCI)
is measured to be 0.50 atm. Suppose a solution is prepared by mixing 110. g of heptane
Calculate the partial pressure of heptane vapor above this solution. Round your answer to 2 significant digits.
Note for advanced students: you may assume the solution is ideal.
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X10
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Using Raoult's Law to calculate the vapor pressure of a compon... DE At a certain temperature the vapor pressure of pure heptane 716 and 133. g of chloroform (CHCI) is measured to be 0.50 atm. Suppose a solution is prepared by mixing 110. g of heptane Calculate the partial pressure of heptane vapor above this solution. Round your answer to 2 significant digits. Note for advanced students: you may assume the solution is ideal. atm X10 ? Check Explanation F Terms of Use 2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved.

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Step 1

Given that,

Vapor pressure of pure heptane = 0.50 atm

Mass of heptane = 110.0 g

Mass of Chloroform = 133.0 g

Step 2

Now, you calculate the no.of mole of heptane

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Given mass No.of moles= molecular mass 110.0g No.of moles of heptane=- 100.21 mole =1.098 moles 133.0g No.of moles of chloroform- 119.38 mole =1.114 mole

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no.of mole of Heptane Mole fraction of Heptane- no.of mole of Heptane no.of mole of Chloroform 1.098 1.0981.114 =0.496

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