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    A polymer chemist dissolves 6.053g of poly(vinyl alcohol) in enough water to make 100.0mL of solution. At 25 C, the osmotic pressure of this solution [w/respect to pure water] is 0.272atm.
    What's the molar mass of the polymer sample?

    Ans: 5.44x10^3

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    A bike tire filled with Ar gas deflates in exactly an hour.
    When a different gas is used to inflate the tire, it deflates in 217 minutes. What's the closest value to the molecular weight of the (hypothetical) second gas (g/mol)?

    Ans: 523.

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