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a steel cylinder with nitrotgen hydrogen and ammonia gases is at 500C and 5.00 atm if patrtila pressure of nitrogen is 1850 mm Hg and hydrogen is 1150 mm Hg what is the partial pressure of ammonia in mm H</p>

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    Ptotal = PN2 + PH2 + PNH3
    Substitute and solve for PNH3.

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