Question

Calculate the partial pressure and gas-phase mole fraction of NO
in air that is in contact with water that has a mole fraction of
1.0(10)^{-6} NO. The temperature and pressure are
20^{o}C and 1 atm.

Answer #1

**partial pressure of NO = molefraction(XNO)*total
pressure(pTotal)**

**
= 1.0*10^-6 * 1 atm**

**
= 1.0*10^-6 atm**

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