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Ni+4CO=NI(CO)4
this reaction separates nickel from other solid impurities.Starting with 86.4g NI,calculte the pressure of NI(CO)4 in a container of volume 4.00L

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    Convert 86.4 g Ni to moles(moles = g/molar mass), using the coefficients in the balanced equation convert moles Ni to moles Ni(CO)4, then use PV = nRT to determine pressure.

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