"One gas can not, does not exert pressure on the other gas. The gas exerts pressure on the surface area of the container it is held in." I read this in another persons post on the site and I can't quite believe it. If two different gasses are in one container and both at the same temperature, and gas A at temp x exists at 100 psig and gas B at the same temp exists at 200 psig, gas A would be all liquid while gas B would exists as liquid and vapor. (lets say the container is 2 thirds full of liquid for this theoretical situation). The post I was reading said because the two gasses did not mix or interact with each other that something else would happen... I didn't really understand what he was getting at. Is my theory true?
The post im referring to http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread....a-system/page3
It was by icemeister