Problem: Exactly equal amounts (in moles) of gas A and gas B are combined in a 1-L container at room temperature. Gas B has a molar mass that is twice that of gas A.  From Part A, only statement c is true. Explain your answers.

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Molar mass of B > Molar Mass of A 

  • MM B = 2(MM A)
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Exactly equal amounts (in moles) of gas A and gas B are combined in a 1-L container at room temperature. Gas B has a molar mass that is twice that of gas A.  From Part A, only statement c is true. Explain your answers.


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