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A quantity of N_{2} gas originally held at 5.24 atm pressure in a 1.20 -L container at 26 ^{o}C is transferred to a 14.5 -L container at 20 ^{o}C. A quantity of O_{2} gas originally at 5.26 atm and 26 ^{o}C in a 5.20 -L container is transferred to this same container.

What is the total pressure in the new container?

We are asked to** calculate the total pressure of the system** when:

A quantity of N_{2} gas originally held at 5.24 atm pressure in a 1.20 -L container at 26 ^{o}C is transferred to a 14.5 -L container at 20 ^{o}C. A quantity of O_{2} gas originally at 5.26 atm and 26 ^{o}C in a 5.20 -L container is transferred to this same container.

For this, we need to proceed as follows:

*Step 1. Determine the final pressure of N _{2} gas.*

*Step 2. Determine the final pressure of O _{2} gas.*

*Step 3. Determine the total pressure of the system, considering that there is no reaction.*