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Short Answer Molar Mass of Magnesium Lab Results 1. Consider the data recorded during and after the reaction in the flask took place, but before attaching the gas syringe. Use your Lab Notes to fill out the following table. P max and T max are the maximum pressure and temperature achieved during the reaction, respectively. P min and T min are the minimum pressure and temperature achieved after the reaction was complete, respectively. And V gas is the volume of the gas in the flask after the reaction. P max (atm) T max (°C) P min (atm) T min (°C) V gas (mL) 1.84atm 34.7C 1.76atm 21.5C 130.1 Data Analysis 2. Refer to either the maximum or minimum data sets recorded in the table above. Using either of these data sets in the ideal gas equation, find the total number of moles of gas (air and hydrogen) in the flask. The gas constant has a value of

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