# Can someone help me please? thanks!

Aug 21, 2017

#### Answer:

They are the same...........

#### Explanation:

The aqueous vapour pressure, or more commonly, $\text{the saturated vapour pressure}$ is the vapour pressure exerted by water molecules at a particular temperature, and these SVP's are extensively tabulated. When we collect a volume of gas by water displacement, the pressure in the collecting vessel is given by....

${P}_{\text{collected"=P_("gas")+P_"SVP}}$

And thus we need tabulated values of ${P}_{\text{SVP}}$ at various temperatures. Typically ${P}_{\text{collected}} = 1 \cdot a t m$.