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10.26 A fixed quantity of gas at 21 C exhibits a pressure of 752
torr and occupies a volume of 5.12 L. (a) Calculate the vol-
ume the gas will occupy if the pressure is increased to 1.88
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10.26 A fixed quantity of gas at 21 C exhibits a pressure of 752 torr and occupies a volume of 5.12 L. (a) Calculate the vol- ume the gas will occupy if the pressure is increased to 1.88

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Step 1

Given:

Initial Volume V1 = 5.12 L.

Initial Pressure P1 = 752 torr = 0.9895 atm

Temperature does not change.

Step 2

Ideal gas equation is given by:

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P2 V2 Т, Temperature does not change. T1 T2

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Step 3

Calculation for Volume V2:

Pressure increased to 1.88 times of initial pressure

Final...

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752 torr X 5.12 L = 1413.76 torrx V2 V2 2.723 L

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