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Solution: In an open-ended manometer, the left mercury level (Gas flask side) is 50 mm higher than the right mercury level (Open-end side). What is the gas pressure (in atm) when the air pressure is 750 mmHg. (1 atm = 760 mmHg) (a) 0.987 atm (b) 0.921 atm (c) 1.05 atm (d) None of the above

Problem

In an open-ended manometer, the left mercury level (Gas flask side) is 50 mm higher than the right mercury level (Open-end side). What is the gas pressure (in atm) when the air pressure is 750 mmHg. (1 atm = 760 mmHg) 

(a) 0.987 atm 

(b) 0.921 atm 

(c) 1.05 atm 

(d) None of the above

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