Problem: If an 100 mL light bulb contains 0.20 grams of argon gas and 0.1 grams of nitrogen gas at 30.0 °C, what is the total pressure (atm) of the mixture of gases? (a) None of the above (b) 2.13 atm (c) 0.213 atm (d) 0.211 atm

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If an 100 mL light bulb contains 0.20 grams of argon gas and 0.1 grams of nitrogen gas at 30.0 °C, what is the total pressure (atm) of the mixture of gases? 

(a) None of the above 

(b) 2.13 atm 

(c) 0.213 atm 

(d) 0.211 atm

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