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in a lab experiment to obtain the molar mass of a voltaile liquid, the following data is obtained:

temperature=100 degrees celsius
pressure=714 torr

What is the molar mass of the liquid?

A)11.1 g/mol
B)22.6 g/mol
C)84.3 g/mol
D)99.2 g/mol

• chemistry -

Use PV = nRT
Calculate n = number of moles of gas.

Then mols = g/molar mass
You know moles from the above calculation, you know grams (flask + gas - flask), solve for molar mass.

• chemistry -

wow
didnt think of it that way.
thanks a lot
=)

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