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Old Sep 24th 2017, 03:15 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by xxxwinnie View Post
We were assuming the water vapour as 1 atm, and there wasn't really any talk about subtracting vapor pressure. Either way, I feel like my temperature would be lower given that this is an exothermic reaction. How would I carry out the vapour pressure calculation you mentioned?
PP(total) = P(water) + P(H2 gas)
Vapor pressure of water is given in standard tables at different temperatures.
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