# calculate the pressure of the gas in the flask connected to the manometer

(mercury level highest on the side connected to the flask.) Proom = 730 mmHg a) 84 and 127 b) 26 and 130 c) 95 and 95 2. The barometeric pressure was 749 mmHg when the open end manometer attached to a flask holding a gas read 13.0 mmHg. If you forgot your password, you can reset it. Recall that millimeters of mercury is a pressure unit. What are the products? 1 atmosphere). The industry gateway for chemical engineering and plant operations. A flask of fluorine gas is connected to the manometer below at 29 degrees Celsius. b. A manometer attached to a flask contains, NH 3 gas have no difference in mercury level initially as shown in diagram After the sparking into the flask, it have difference of 19 cm in mercury level in two columns Calculate % dissociation. A manometer attached to a flask containing ammonia gas have no difference in mercury level initially as shown in diagram. and as i said delta h is the difference in heights of the liquid (here mercury) on the two side of a manometer , is a measure of difference in gas pressure apllied to the two side (delta P). Manometers are used for measure pressure of gas in closed container. 1.00 atm = 101.3 kPa. What is the pressure of the gas in open end manometer, the mercury in the arm attached to the gas is 13.6 cm higher than the one open to the atmostphere, so it means that atmospheric pressure is greater than the gas pressure in the flask.And atmospheric preussre is given to you which is 1.08 atm. Relation between densities of water and mercury is; dwater