10. A sample of propane gas (C3H8; 44.0972 g/mol) is placed in a 15.97 L flask at a 26.3°C and a pressure of 743.8 mmHg. What is the volume of this gas sample at 812.7 mmHg and 38.9°C? SHOW ALL WORK!!! 11. Desflurane is a gas used as an inhalation anesthesia during surgical procedures. A 24.865 g sample of desflurane (C3H2F60; 168.0392 g/mol) is placed in a 2.2855 L flask at a temperature of 374.21 K. What is the pressure exerted by this sample? SHOW ALL WORK!!! 2. A sample of carbon tetrafluoride gas (CF4; 88.0048 g/mol) is sealed in a flexible container with a volume of 87.6439 mL at a pressure of 1025.74 torr. The container is compressed such that the pressure becomes 1265.08 torr. Assuming the temperature of the sample does not change, what is the volume of the compressed gas sample? SHOW ALL WORK!!! mple of nitrogen monoxide (NO; 30.0061 g/mol) is in a constant volume flask at 17.52°C a ressure measures 536.7 mmHg. The sealed flask is placed in an oven where the pressure nes 875.6 mmHg. What is the celcius temperature of the oven? SHOW ALL WORK!

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10. A sample of propane gas (C3H8; 44.0972 g/mol) is placed in a 15.97 L flask at a
26.3°C and a pressure of 743.8 mmHg. What is the volume of this gas sample at 812.7 mmHg and
38.9°C? SHOW ALL WORK!!!
11. Desflurane is a gas used as an inhalation anesthesia during surgical procedures. A 24.865 g sample
of desflurane (C3H2F60; 168.0392 g/mol) is placed in a 2.2855 L flask at a temperature of 374.21 K.
What is the pressure exerted by this sample? SHOW ALL WORK!!!
2. A sample of carbon tetrafluoride gas (CF4; 88.0048 g/mol) is sealed in a flexible container with a
volume of 87.6439 mL at a pressure of 1025.74 torr. The container is compressed such that the
pressure becomes 1265.08 torr. Assuming the temperature of the sample does not change, what is
the volume of the compressed gas sample? SHOW ALL WORK!!!
mple of nitrogen monoxide (NO; 30.0061 g/mol) is in a constant volume flask at 17.52°C a
ressure measures 536.7 mmHg. The sealed flask is placed in an oven where the pressure
nes 875.6 mmHg. What is the celcius temperature of the oven? SHOW ALL WORK!
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10. A sample of propane gas (C3H8; 44.0972 g/mol) is placed in a 15.97 L flask at a 26.3°C and a pressure of 743.8 mmHg. What is the volume of this gas sample at 812.7 mmHg and 38.9°C? SHOW ALL WORK!!! 11. Desflurane is a gas used as an inhalation anesthesia during surgical procedures. A 24.865 g sample of desflurane (C3H2F60; 168.0392 g/mol) is placed in a 2.2855 L flask at a temperature of 374.21 K. What is the pressure exerted by this sample? SHOW ALL WORK!!! 2. A sample of carbon tetrafluoride gas (CF4; 88.0048 g/mol) is sealed in a flexible container with a volume of 87.6439 mL at a pressure of 1025.74 torr. The container is compressed such that the pressure becomes 1265.08 torr. Assuming the temperature of the sample does not change, what is the volume of the compressed gas sample? SHOW ALL WORK!!! mple of nitrogen monoxide (NO; 30.0061 g/mol) is in a constant volume flask at 17.52°C a ressure measures 536.7 mmHg. The sealed flask is placed in an oven where the pressure nes 875.6 mmHg. What is the celcius temperature of the oven? SHOW ALL WORK!

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