Thread: Ideal gases!
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gladius999
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Jul15-09, 07:43 PM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
A and B are two identical containers connected by a tap initially closed. A contains an ideal gas at a pressure P1 and temperature T1. B contains the same gas at a pressure P2 and a temperature T2. The tap is the opened. If the temperatures of the containers A and B remain constant at T1 and T2 respectively, the final pressure of the gas mixture will be:

A.(P1+P2)/2
B.(P1+P2)
C.(P1T1+P2T2)/(T1+T2)
D.(P1T2+P2T1)/(T1+T2)
E.(P1/T1 + P2/T2)(T1+T2)


2. Relevant equations
PV=nRT


3. The attempt at a solution
P1 X 1 = n1 RT1 P2 X 1=n2 RT2

:( thats all i can do
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