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Solution: When gaseous F2 and solid I2 are heated to high temperatures, the I 2 sublimes and gaseous iodine heptafluoride forms. If 350. torr of F2 and 2.50 g of solid I 2 are put into a 2.50-L container at 250. K and the container is heated to 550. K, what is the final pressure (in torr)? What is the partial pressure of I2 gas?

Problem

When gaseous F2 and solid I2 are heated to high temperatures, the I 2 sublimes and gaseous iodine heptafluoride forms. If 350. torr of F2 and 2.50 g of solid I 2 are put into a 2.50-L container at 250. K and the container is heated to 550. K, what is the final pressure (in torr)? What is the partial pressure of I2 gas?