|Mar16-11, 08:31 PM||#1|
Mass of water vapor
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Find the mass of water vapor.
this is the reaction: NaHCO3+HCl-->NaCl+CO2+H2O
P=18.65 mm Hg
n=30.5 mol H20 (g)
pressure of room= 29.68 inHg=753.87mm Hg
2. Relevant equations
3. The attempt at a solution
Would i have to use this equation P(total)=P(a)+P(b)
and if so, would P(total) equal to the pressure of the room?
then after that would i have to use the ideal gas law?
|Mar17-11, 02:54 AM||#2|
What is the original wording of the question? Data - as you presented it - don't make much sense to me.
|ideal gas law, mass, water vapor|
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