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  2. ...partial pressure <==> O2 pressure = 740 - 22.4 = 717.6 (torr) Temperature of O2 25oC You also know that the standard condition is 760 torr and 0 degree C. Therefore by...

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  3. ... ..... where the subscript "d" refers to the dilute solution and "c", the concentrated. Solve for mLc to get the...

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  4. ... rather than degrees C. Second, make sure you know what standard temperature and pressure is. Finally, you need to know the specific heat of neon. This...

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  5. ... = k Where k is dependent upon the initial volume and pressure . If P = 1 atm. and V = 22.4 liters, then k =22.4liter...

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  6. ... in water. If you are a few degrees from the standard temperature most everything changes a few parts per million, and a transition can make a much larger difference.

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  7. ...the SI system, which is universally used by scientists and engineers throughout the world. If you are studying scince...

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  8. First correct the pollection pressure for the vapor pressure of the water: ----------...

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  9. ... of F2 as you have K. Go to your periodic table and figure out how many moles of K you have, halve that, and then figure out...

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