Problem: Container A holds 767 mL of ideal gas at 2 30 atm. Container B holds 129 mL of ideal gas at 4.20 atm, If the gases are allowed to mix together, what is the partial pressure of each gas in total volume?

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Container A holds 767 mL of ideal gas at 2 30 atm. Container B holds 129 mL of ideal gas at 4.20 atm, If the gases are allowed to mix together, what is the partial pressure of each gas in total volume?

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