6 12 points the vapor pressure of silver ag is 797 x10 pa at room temp
6. (12 points) The vapor pressure of silver (Ag) is 7.97 x10 Pa at room temperature (25°C), A chamber at 1500K with a volume of one cubic meter contains one gram of Ag. What is the status of the silver in the chamber? Is it all vapor, all liquid, or part liquid and part vapor?Then based on your answer, calculate what is the mass fraction of the silver in the vapor phase? Assuming the enthalpy change of vaporization of silver is 282 kJ/mol. The atomic weight of Ag is 107.87 g/mol (Hint: consider Clausius-Clapeyron equation and ideal gas law)
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