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A mixture of oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide in a two
A mixture of oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide
In a two liter flask has a total pressure of 1.251 atm.
The partial pressure of oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen
Are 0.210, 0.145, and 0.235 atm, respectively. Use Dalton's
Law of partial pressures to determine the partial pressure
Of the carbon dioxide.

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