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    A gas mixture consists of 325 mg of methane, 183 mg of argon, and 225 mg of xenon, all at 298.15 K. The partial pressure of the argon is 8.83 kPa. (a) What is the mole fraction of each gas? (b) What are the partial pressures of methane and xenon? (c) What is the total pressure of the mixture? (d) What is the volume of the mixture?

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    A mist commutation consists of 325 mg of methane, 183 mg of argon, and 225 mg of xenon, perfect at 298.15 K. The favoring influence of the argon is 8.83 kPa.

    (a) What is the embankment element of each mist?

    (b) What are the favoring influences of methane and xenon?

    (c) What is the aggregate influence of the commutation?

    (d) What is the capacity of the commutation?

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