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				   Pore O2 diffuses thro an apparatus in 224 sec., whereas mixture of O2 and other gas containing 80 % O2 diffuses from same in 234 s. What is Molecukar weight of gas?

7 years ago


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Hi Vishrnat,





0.8 + 0.2*M/32=1.0906

M= 0.29*32/0.2 ≈ 47

7 years ago

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