Inorganic Chemistry

Methyl Alcohol (CH3OH) and ethyl alcohol (C2H5OH) form ideal solutions at 50°C, the vapor pressure of pure methyl alcohol is 0.529 atm, and the vapor pressure of pure ethyl alcohol is 0.292 atm. What is the vapor pressure at 50°C of a solution containing 24.00 g of methyl alcohol and 5.76 g of ethyl alcohol?

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