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In an adsorption experiment a graph between log `x/m` versus log `P` was fond to be linear with a slope of `45^@)`. The intercept on the log `x/m` axis was found to `0.70`. Calculate the amount of gas adsorbed per gram of charcoal under a pressure of `1` atm `[log5=0.70]`

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In an adsorption experiment, a graph between log `(x/m)` versus log `P` was found to be linear with a slope of `45^(@)` . The intercept on the log `(x/m)` axis was found to be `0.3010` . Calculate the amount of the gas adsorbed per gram of charcoal under a pressure of `0.5` atm` .

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In an adsorption experiment, a graph between log `(x/m)` versus log `P` was found to be linear with a slope of `45^(@)` . The intercept on the log `(x/m)` axis was found to be `0.3010` . Calculate the amount of the gas adsorbed per gram of charcoal under a pressure of `0.5` atm` .

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In an adsorption experiment, a graph between 'log (x / m)' versus 'log P' was found to be linear with a slope '45^circ'. The intercept. on the log '(not / m)' axis was found to be '0.3010 .' Calculate thei amount of the gas adsorbed per gram of charcoal undér a pressure of 0.5 atm.

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In an adsorption experiment, a graph between log `(x/m)` versus log `P` was found to be linear with a slope of `45^(@)` . The intercept on the log y axis was found to be `0.301` . Calculate the amount of the gas adsorbed per gram of charcoal under a pressure of `3.0` atm.

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In an adsorption experiment, a graph between log `(x/m)` versus log `P` was found to be linear with a slope of `45^(@)` . The intercept on the log y axis was found to be `0.301` . Calculate the amount of the gas adsorbed per gram of charcoal under a pressure of `3.0` atm.

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In an adsorption expetiment, a graph between log (x/m) varuse log P was found to be linear with a slope of `45^(@).` The intercept on the log (x/m) axis was found to be `0.3010.` Calculate the amount of the gas adsorbed per gram of charcoal under a pressure of `0.5` atmosphere.

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