Asked Oct 27, 2019

What is the total pressure exerted by a gaseous mixture that contains 1.74 g of hydrogen and 8.37 g of neon in a 8.283 liter container at 38.06 oC?

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Number of mol of hydrogen = given mass / molecular mass = 1.74 g/ 2.01588 g/mol = 0.86 mol

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