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Solution: Suppose you are given two flasks at the same temperature, one of volume 2  L and the other of volume 3 L. The 2-L flask contains 4.8 g of gas, and the gas pressure is X atm. The 3-L flask contains 0.36 g of gas, and the gas pressure is 0.1X.Do the two gases have the same molar mass? If not, which contains the gas of higher molar mass?

Problem

Suppose you are given two flasks at the same temperature, one of volume 2  L and the other of volume 3 L. The 2-L flask contains 4.8 g of gas, and the gas pressure is X atm. The 3-L flask contains 0.36 g of gas, and the gas pressure is 0.1X.

Do the two gases have the same molar mass? If not, which contains the gas of higher molar mass?