Problem: A solution is prepared by mixing 1.000 mole of methanol (CH 3OH) and 3.18 moles of propanol (CH3CH2CH2OH). What is the composition of the vapor (in mole fractions) at 40˚C? At 40˚C, the vapor pressure of pure methanol is 303 torr, and the vapor pressure of pure propanol is 44.6 torr.

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A solution is prepared by mixing 1.000 mole of methanol (CH 3OH) and 3.18 moles of propanol (CH3CH2CH2OH). What is the composition of the vapor (in mole fractions) at 40˚C? At 40˚C, the vapor pressure of pure methanol is 303 torr, and the vapor pressure of pure propanol is 44.6 torr.

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