4. A glass container was initially charged with 2.00 moles of a gas sample at 3.75 atm and 21.7°C. Some of the gas was released as the temperature was increased to 28.1 °C, so the finalpressure in the container was reduced to 0.998 atm. Assume the volume stayed the same. Howmany moles of the gas sample are present at the end?

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4. A glass container was initially charged with 2.00 moles of a gas sample at 3.75 atm and 21.7
°C. Some of the gas was released as the temperature was increased to 28.1 °C, so the final
pressure in the container was reduced to 0.998 atm. Assume the volume stayed the same. How
many moles of the gas sample are present at the end?
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4. A glass container was initially charged with 2.00 moles of a gas sample at 3.75 atm and 21.7 °C. Some of the gas was released as the temperature was increased to 28.1 °C, so the final pressure in the container was reduced to 0.998 atm. Assume the volume stayed the same. How many moles of the gas sample are present at the end?

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T1 = 21.7oC = 294.85 K

T2 = 28.1oC = 301.2...

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