Posted by **jess** on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 10:48am.

Calculate the pressure drop expected on hydrogenation of the mixture of 5.00 ml of cyclohexene and 35 ml of cylclohexane. I know I have to use PV=nRT but this is all I know we are starting at 60 psi of pressure. We also used hydrogen gas if that helps

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