Problem: At 1450. mmHg and 286 K, a skin diver exhales a 208-mL bubble of air that is 77 % N2, 17% O2, and 6.0% CO2 by volume.(b) How many moles of N2 are in the bubble?

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At 1450. mmHg and 286 K, a skin diver exhales a 208-mL bubble of air that is 77 % N2, 17% O2, and 6.0% CO2 by volume.

(b) How many moles of N2 are in the bubble?

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