3. Consider the volume-pressure data for a sample of carbon dioxide gas at 0°C:Volume (mL)Pressure (torr)42.640034.150028.460024.370080021.390018.9100017.0110015.5120014.2a) Plot volume versus 1/pressure (reciprocal pressure). This graph must be done by hand ongraph paper.b) Using the graph, determine the volumes of the gas at the following pressures:760 torr, 940 torr, 1150 torr

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3. Consider the volume-pressure data for a sample of carbon dioxide gas at 0°C:
Volume (mL)
Pressure (torr)
42.6
400
34.1
500
28.4
600
24.3
700
800
21.3
900
18.9
1000
17.0
1100
15.5
1200
14.2
a) Plot volume versus 1/pressure (reciprocal pressure). This graph must be done by hand on
graph paper.
b) Using the graph, determine the volumes of the gas at the following pressures:
760 torr, 940 torr, 1150 torr
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3. Consider the volume-pressure data for a sample of carbon dioxide gas at 0°C: Volume (mL) Pressure (torr) 42.6 400 34.1 500 28.4 600 24.3 700 800 21.3 900 18.9 1000 17.0 1100 15.5 1200 14.2 a) Plot volume versus 1/pressure (reciprocal pressure). This graph must be done by hand on graph paper. b) Using the graph, determine the volumes of the gas at the following pressures: 760 torr, 940 torr, 1150 torr

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Plot of volume ( x-axis) versus 1/pres...

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42.6
0.0025
0.003
34.1
0.002
28.4
0.0016
0.0025
24.3
0.0014
21.3
0.00125
18.9
0.0011
0.002
0.001
17
0.0009
15.5
0.0015
14.2
0.0008
0.001
0.0005
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1/pressure volume 42.6 0.0025 0.003 34.1 0.002 28.4 0.0016 0.0025 24.3 0.0014 21.3 0.00125 18.9 0.0011 0.002 0.001 17 0.0009 15.5 0.0015 14.2 0.0008 0.001 0.0005 T 0 10 15 25 30 35 40 45 20 un

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