Problem: This graph shows how the vapor pressure of three liquids varies with temperature:Use the graph to answer the following questions:Which liquid is the most volatile? Which is the least volatile? What is the normal boiling point of each liquid? Suppose a beaker of octane is put inside a sealed tank containing octane gas at 112°C and 281. torr. After ten minutes, will there be more liquid in the beaker, less liquid, or the same amount?

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The higher the vapor pressure the higher the volatility. 


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This graph shows how the vapor pressure of three liquids varies with temperature:

Use the graph to answer the following questions:

Which liquid is the most volatile? 

Which is the least volatile? 

What is the normal boiling point of each liquid? 

Suppose a beaker of octane is put inside a sealed tank containing octane gas at 112°C and 281. torr. After ten minutes, will there be more liquid in the beaker, less liquid, or the same amount?

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