Gaseous compound Q contains only xenon and oxygen.
When 0.100 g of Q is placed in a 50.0-mL steel vessel at
0 °C the pressure is 0.229 atm.
(b) When the vessel and its contents are warmed to 100 °C, Q
decomposes into its constituent elements. What is the
total pressure, and what are the partial pressures of
xenon and oxygen in the container?
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