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A dilute solution of bromine in carbon tetrachloride behaves as an ideal-dilute solution. The vapour pressure of pure CCl4 is 33.85 Torr at 298 K. The Henry's law constant when the concentration of Br2 is expressed as a mole fraction is 122.36 Torr. If the mole faction of Br2 is 0.02,and the conditions of the ideal-dilute solution are satisfied at this concentration, calculate the vapour pressure of each component P(CCl4, Torr)= , P(Br2, Torr)= , the total pressure, P(total, Torr)= , and the composition of the vapour phase y(CCl4)= and y(Br2)= . Please enter your answers with 2 decimals. For example, 23.456 is written as 23.46.

A dilute solution of bromine in carbon tetrachloride behaves as an ideal-dilute solution. The vapour pressure of pure CCl4 is 33.85 Torr at 298 K. The Henry's law constant when the concentration of Br2 is expressed as a mole fraction is 122.36 Torr. If the mole faction of Br2 is 0.02,and the conditions of the ideal-dilute solution are satisfied at this concentration, calculate the vapour pressure of each component P(CCl4, Torr)= , P(Br2, Torr)= , the total pressure, P(total, Torr)= , and the composition of the vapour phase y(CCl4)= and y(Br2)= . Please enter your answers with 2 decimals. For example, 23.456 is written as 23.46.

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