Problem: A gaseous mixture contains 406.0 Torr of H2(g), 347.9 Torr of N2 (g), and 83.1 Torr of Ar(g). Calculate the mole fraction, X, of each of these gases.XH2 =XN2 =XAr =  

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A gaseous mixture contains 406.0 Torr of H2(g), 347.9 Torr of N2 (g), and 83.1 Torr of Ar(g). Calculate the mole fraction, X, of each of these gases.

XH2 =

XN2 =

XAr =  

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