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How many moles of Br2 are present in 500mL of vapor when Br2(l) and Br2(g) are in equilibrium at 33 degrees celcius? (Pvap Br2 at 33C = 299 mm Hg)

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    n = PV/RT
    P in atm
    V in L
    T in kelvin.

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