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Tainted

  • 2 years ago

How many grams of water vapor (H2O) are in a 10.2 liter sample at 0.98 atmospheres and 26°C? Show all work used to solve this problem

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    use pV=nRT find n (moles) n=pV/RT therefore 1mole of h2O is 18g so n moles would be 18*n= x grams you can substitute the values remember T is in Kelvins. Hope this helps

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