Problem: In Figure P5.11, what is the pressure of the gas in the flask (in kPa) if the barometer reads 765.2 mmHg?

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When Patm is pushing harder than  Pgas 

Pgas=Patm-h




Pgas=Patm-h


Given:

Patm = 765.2 mmHg
h = 1.30 cm

Convert h first from cm to mm:

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In Figure P5.11, what is the pressure of the gas in the flask (in kPa) if the barometer reads 765.2 mmHg?


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