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Gas Laws: Partial Pressure

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A 100-L rigid tank contains an ideal gas mixture of 5 g of N2 and 5 g ofCO2 at a specified pressure and temperature. If N2 were separated from the mixture and stored at mixture temperature and pressure, its volume would be:

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A mixture of two gases is given. The volume of one of the gas is calculated at same temperature and pressure.

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