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You have two sealed jars of water at the same temperature. In the first jar there is a large amount of water. In the second jar there is a small amount of water. Using 3 -4 sentences explain how the vapor pressure of water in the first jar compares with the vapor pressure of water in the second jar.

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  1. You need to look up the definition of equilibrium vapor pressure. The vapor pressure of water is determined only by its temperature.

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