- A five-liter pot is filled with 2 l of liquid water and 3 l of dry air at the ambient pressure of 1 atm and temperature 10◦C. Subsequently, the pot is closed and heated up. What is the pressure inside the pot going to be when the temperature reaches 100◦C?
The Attempt at a Solution
So I tried to ignore the air and find the final state of water after the heating process. What I tried to do was to find out how much of the water has gone from liquid to vapor with M=PV/RT where P is the saturated pressure at T=100 degrees celsius. What i found is around 2.9 gram of vapor after the temperature reaches 100 degrees celsius. But what do I do next to get find out how the pressure has changed?