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Two volatile liquids A and B have vapour pressures of 222 Torr and 444 Torr respectively in an ideal binary solution at 80°C. What is the vapour pressures of pure liquid A if vapour pressure of pure liquid B is 555 Torr, at 80°C?

Two volatile liquids A and B have vapour pressures of 222 Torr and 444 Torr respectively in an ideal binary solution at 80°C. What is the vapour pressures of pure liquid A if vapour pressure of pure liquid B is 555 Torr, at 80°C?

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Muskan
13 Points
one year ago
Two volatile liquids A and B have vapour pressures of 222 Torr and 444 Torr respectively in an ideal binary solution at 80°C. What is the vapour pressures of pure liquid A if vapour pressure of pure liquid B is 555 Torr, at 80°C?
Sakshi Singh
13 Points
one year ago
Two volatile liquids A and B have vapour pressures of 222 Torr and 444 Torr respectively in an ideal binary solution at 80°C. What is the vapour pressures of pure liquid A if vapour pressure of pure liquid B is 555 Torr, at 80°C?
 
 
Abhijeet Sahoo
22 Points
one year ago

Two volatile liquids A and B have vapour pressures of 222 Torr and 444 Torr respectively in an ideal binary solution at 80°C. What is the vapour pressures of pure liquid A if vapour pressure of pure liquid B is 555 Torr, at 80°C?

 
Ss
13 Points
one year ago
1110 torr
Apply Raoult law and find the relation
Pa= P*x
This simply will give ur answer 
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