Problem: In a mixture of argon and hydrogen, occupying a volume of 1.66 L at 910.0 mmHg and 54.9°C, it is found that the total mass of the sample is 1.13 g. What is the partial pressure of argon? (a) 455 mmHg (b) 319 mmHg (c) 866 mmHg (d) 591 mmHg (e) 43.7 mmHg

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In a mixture of argon and hydrogen, occupying a volume of 1.66 L at 910.0 mmHg and 54.9°C, it is found that the total mass of the sample is 1.13 g. What is the partial pressure of argon? 

(a) 455 mmHg 

(b) 319 mmHg 

(c) 866 mmHg 

(d) 591 mmHg 

(e) 43.7 mmHg

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