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Trial Trial 2 Initial water level in buret; mL Final water level in buret mL Volume of water displaced and mL 0z collected Room temperature; % Barometric pressure, mm Hg Vapor Pressure of Water' , mmHg Pressure of 0z gas 2ay Aih 3es 3 JA Smt LI 22 224 7smyL As0814 JLLiu L44 400 ( 552 55 lations Trial Trial 2 Moles Oz collected- Moles HzOz in sample g HzOz in sample g sample (density 1.0 gmL)Exactly J00 mL used) % HzOz of sample Avg: % HzOz of sample Appendix E ulate from PV = nRT ed on Equation 5 our caleulations in Excel and submit your excel sheet with your lab report. The Exce late that you are to use can be found on BlackBoard. 127  #### Similar Solved Questions

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