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29 August, 02:56

What is the total pressure in a 2.00 L container that holds 1.00g He, 14.0g CO, and 10.0g of NO at 27 degree?

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  1. 29 August, 03:12
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    13.3 atm (assuming the temperature given is in Celsius)

    Explanation:

    First, the moles of each gas must be found ...25 mol He,.50 mol CO,.33 mol NO. Next, each set of mols must be plugged into the ideal gas law, PV=nRT, for each gas. Move it around so you get the pressure P=nRT/V. When you calculate everything, you should get 3.08atm He, 6.15atm CO, and 4.06atm NO. Add these together and you get the pressure of the container.
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