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Solution: A 3.90-g sample of a mixture of CaO and BaO is placed in a 1.00-L vessel containing CO2 gas at a pressure of 735 torr and a temperature of 26 oC. The CO2 reacts with the CaO and BaO, forming CaCO3 and BaCO3. When the reaction is complete, the pressure of the remaining CO2 is 155 torr .Calculate the number of moles of CO2 that have reacted.

Problem

A 3.90-g sample of a mixture of CaO and BaO is placed in a 1.00-L vessel containing CO2 gas at a pressure of 735 torr and a temperature of 26 oC. The CO2 reacts with the CaO and BaO, forming CaCO3 and BaCO3. When the reaction is complete, the pressure of the remaining CO2 is 155 torr .

Calculate the number of moles of CO2 that have reacted.