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If you collect hydrogen gas over water at a temperature of 85*C, what is the volume of just the water if the pressure of hydrogen is 1.23 atm and the grams of hydrogen was 2.6

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  1. This problem is a bit confusing to me. If you've collected the H2 over water and you calculate V H2 from PV = nRT why won't the volume of the H2O be the same as the volume of H2 gas? I plugged in the numbers and obtained abou4 31 L for volume H2. Seems to me any other gas will occupy the same volume.

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