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What is the total gas pressure in a sealed flask that contains oxygen at a partial pressure of 0.39 atm and water vapor at a partial pressure of 0.47 atm?

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  1. Add the partial pressures to get the total pressure.

    It must be a hot flask to have a water vapor partial pressure that high.

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