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Today in AP Chemistry, Robert learned about Gas-Liquid Equilibrium
Vapor Pressure is the pressure exerted by a liquid when going into the gas phases in a closed container
Later on, when Robert was coming home
Oh man, I am so gonna ace this test tomorrow
That day, Jack was eating dinner
Wait, if you are cooking, wouldn't the water evaporate since the vapor pressure equals the atmospheric pressure?
PV = nRT, Standard Pressure is 1 atm = 760 torr = 101.3 kPa .... zzzzzzzzzzz....
The next morning...
Alright, got the test down for gases, lets hope I do well
Yo Robert, how did you think the test went?
I thought it was alright, except for that one pressure question...
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