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A sample of oxygen (O2) was collected by water displacement at 23Cwhen the ambient pressure was 754 torr. The volume of the gas over water was 613 mL....
A sample of oxygen (O2) was collected by water displacement at 23°C when the ambient pressure was 754 torr. The volume of the gas over water was 613 mL. If the water vapour could be removed from the gas sample, what volume (in mL) would the dry O2 gas occupy under the same conditions?
The vapour pressure of water at 23°C is 21.0 torr.
Which of the following relationships is not true for an ideal gas?
A. PV = constant when temperature and moles of gas are held constant
B. V/T = constant when pressure and moles of gas are held constant
C. nT = constant when pressure and volume are held constant
D. P/n = constant when volume and temperature are held constant
E. All the statements in this question are true