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a box with a volume of 22.4 L CONTAINS 1.0 mol of nitrogen and 2.0 mol of hydrogen at zero degrees celcius. Which of the flollowing statements is true?
the correct statement is the partial pressure of N2 is 101kPa. How come??

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  1. The subject of this post is chemistry, not HELP.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. hahahah okay thanks:)Good eye;)

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  3. Ms. Sue, you're here to HELP. Not get smart with people trying to find help, which is your job on here. I don't care if she posted it in the math section, if you're not going to help then don't answer! Your job is NOT to get smart and direct people to the right section. Like does it really matter that much? You need to stay off of this site if you aren't going to help the people the way you're supposed to. Because this definitely isn't the first time you've done this. HELP them or STAY OFF!!! I swear if I knew there was a way to report your unhelpful, unnecessary I would. SMH.

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  4. oh look at me, 8 years late, ms. Sue is still terrorizing this site with useless information, and being a complete nuisance yeh

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