Problem: A sample of O2 was collected over water at 45.0°C when the barometric pressure was 872 mm Hg. The volume of the gas collected over the water was 5.34 L. What would the volume of dry O2 be (in liters) at 763 mm Hg and 25.0°C? The vapor pressure of water at 45.0°C is 72 mm Hg.a) none of the given answersb) 5.43c) 3.11d) 4.77e) 5.25

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A sample of O2 was collected over water at 45.0°C when the barometric pressure was 872 mm Hg. The volume of the gas collected over the water was 5.34 L. What would the volume of dry O2 be (in liters) at 763 mm Hg and 25.0°C? The vapor pressure of water at 45.0°C is 72 mm Hg.

a) none of the given answers

b) 5.43

c) 3.11

d) 4.77

e) 5.25

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