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Solution: Consider the flask apparatus below, which now contains 2.00 L H  2 at a pressure of 360. torr and 1.00 L N2 at an unknown pressure. If the total pressure in the flasks is 320. torr after the stopcock

Problem

Consider the flask apparatus below, which now contains 2.00 L H  2 at a pressure of 360. torr and 1.00 L N2 at an unknown pressure. If the total pressure in the flasks is 320. torr after the stopcock is opened, determine the initial pressure of N2 in the 1.00-L flask.