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2. Water at standard atmospheric pressure and temperature fills a sealed, rigid container. If the
temperature of the water is increased by 50°C, what is the pressure? Assume that the coefficients
of compressibility and thermal expansion are constant and take on the values given in the
notes/text
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Transcribed Image Text:2. Water at standard atmospheric pressure and temperature fills a sealed, rigid container. If the temperature of the water is increased by 50°C, what is the pressure? Assume that the coefficients of compressibility and thermal expansion are constant and take on the values given in the notes/text
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