Problem: When an evacuated 63.8 mL glass bulb is filled with a gas at 22ºC and 747 mm Hg, the bulb gains 0.1035 g in mass. What is the gas? a. O2 b. Xe c. N2 d. Ar e. Ne

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When an evacuated 63.8 mL glass bulb is filled with a gas at 22ºC and 747 mm Hg, the bulb gains 0.1035 g in mass. What is the gas?

a. O2

b. Xe

c. N2

d. Ar

e. Ne

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