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10 L of a gas are found to exert 0.8191463 1 atm at 35.0°C. What is the required temperature to
change the pressure to standard pressure? Give your an swer in Celsius (assume constant
volume)
4.73 L of a gas is collected at 32.0°C and 625.0 mmHg. When the gas is changed to STP
conditions, what is the new volume?
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10 L of a gas are found to exert 0.8191463 1 atm at 35.0°C. What is the required temperature to change the pressure to standard pressure? Give your an swer in Celsius (assume constant volume) 4.73 L of a gas is collected at 32.0°C and 625.0 mmHg. When the gas is changed to STP conditions, what is the new volume?

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