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Nitrogen(75.5 kPa), oxygen (19.2 kPa), carbon dioxide(0.05 kPa) and water vapor(4.3 kPa) are the usual atmospheric components. What is the total atmospheric pressure in kPa?

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    See Dalton's Law of partial pressure. That law says that the total pressure is the sum of the partial pressures of each gas.

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