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`        One mole of Nitrogen gas and 3 mole Hydrogen are kept in a container of capacity 8.21 litre at 300k to produce NH3. Find the partial pressure of Nitrogen gas and Hydrogen gas if partial pressure of NH3 after sufficient time was found to be 3atm. `
one year ago

Sahani Kumar
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```							Given :Number of moles of Nitrogen(N2) = 1moleNumber of moles of Hydrogen (H2) = 3moles  So total number of moles =1+3= 4moles Total pressure = 3 atm. Now,          Mole fraction of N2=( number of moles of N2)/(total no of moles) So, Mole fraction of N2=1/4=0.25 Now,         Partial pressure of N2=(mole fraction of N2)*(total pressure) On putting values we getPartial pressure of N2=( 0.25) * (3) =0.75 atmRegard Askiitian member, If you like this answer please approve this answer to encourage us. Thank you.
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