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A gaseous mixture of O2, H2, and N2 has a total pressure of 1.50 atm and contains 8.20 g
of each gas. Find the partial pressure of each gas in the mixture
They don't give you Volume and Temperature. Please explain it to me, thank you!

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    You want to convert 8.2 g O2 to moles, 8.2 g N2 to moles, 8.2 g H2 to moles.
    Then determine the mole fraction of each.
    partial pressure each = Xof each*1.5 atm.
    moles fraction, O2 for example, = moles O2/total number of moles.

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