Problem: A 100 L balloon is blown up with a mixture of gases. The mixture contains 2.1 moles of oxygen, 3.5 moles of nitrogen, and 1.8 moles of helium. Find the partial pressure for the oxygen if the balloon is at atmposheric pressure. a. 0.28 atm b. 0.47 atm c. 0.24 atm d. 0.22 atm e. 0.78 atm

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A 100 L balloon is blown up with a mixture of gases. The mixture contains 2.1 moles of oxygen, 3.5 moles of nitrogen, and 1.8 moles of helium. Find the partial pressure for the oxygen if the balloon is at atmposheric pressure.

a. 0.28 atm

b. 0.47 atm

c. 0.24 atm

d. 0.22 atm

e. 0.78 atm

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