Chemistry
posted by Angela .
Consider the molecular level representation of a gas
There are: (a picture)
6 blue dots
5 orange dots
3 green dots (i think they are the diatomic one, because it is pairs)
If the partial pressure of the diatomic gas is .750, what is the total temperature?
I am totally lost, because I have never seen a problem like this!
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