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Solution: Perfluorocarbons (PFCs), hydrocarbons with all H atoms replaced by F atoms, have very weak cohesive forces. One interesting consequence of this property is that a live mouse can breathe while submerge

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Perfluorocarbons (PFCs), hydrocarbons with all H atoms replaced by F atoms, have very weak cohesive forces. One interesting consequence of this property is that a live mouse can breathe while submerged in O2-saturated PFCs.

(a) At 298 K, perfluorohexane (C6F14, ℳ = 338 g/mol and d = 1.674 g/mL) in equilibrium with 101,325 Pa of O2 has a mole fraction of O2 of 4.28×10−3. What is kin mol/L·atm?