Consider three sealed steel tanks, labeled X, Y, and Z. Each tank has the same volume and the same temperature. In each tank, one mole of CH 4 is represented by a circle, one mole of oxygen by a square, and one mole of SO 2 by a triangle. Assume that no reaction takes place between these molecules. (a) In which tank is the total pressure highest? (b) In which tank is the partial pressure of SO 2 highest? (c) In which tank is the mass of all three gases the same? (d) Which tank has the heaviest contents?

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Chapter 5, Problem 87QAP
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Consider three sealed steel tanks, labeled X, Y, and Z. Each tank has the same volume and the same temperature. In each tank, one mole of CH4 is represented by a circle, one mole of oxygen by a square, and one mole of SO2 by a triangle. Assume that no reaction takes place between these molecules.

Chapter 5, Problem 87QAP, Consider three sealed steel tanks, labeled X, Y, and Z. Each tank has the same volume and the same

(a) In which tank is the total pressure highest?

(b) In which tank is the partial pressure of SO2 highest?

(c) In which tank is the mass of all three gases the same?

(d) Which tank has the heaviest contents?

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