above sea level, the pressure is 8 1.7kPa and a temperature of 19.2℃ what volume will thoccupy?)01f the same balloon from question #18 was allowed to float another 6000m higher, the pressuredecreases again to 49.5kPa and the temperature drops to 12.1°C. What is the new volume at thaltitude?一112.1 L-1013 ken -- v:ngsepa310.1 ICThe volume of a gas at 0.965atm is 300.0mL. If the pressure is increased to 1 88kPa, what willvolume be?Ste.O21) A gas in a sealed container has a pressure of 125 kPa at a temperature of 30°C. If the pressure isincreased to 201kPa, what will the new temperature be?25k Pa201 kpa ule t니ya.zzy K32) A gas at 89c occupies 125.7mL, at 123.3kPa. What volume does it occupy at 25°C and 100.9kP303 V25.7ml 123.3KPaJuisu 15.38e 525.8e220 8 K12e.ImL23) A sample of nitrogen gas has a temperature of 22.7°C when the volume of the container is 12.2Lis under 150.4kPa of pressure. What temperature would the gas need to be in order to occupy a 9container at 101.3kPa?- 24) A 353.2mL sample of chlorine gas is collected at 25.2°C and an atmospheric pressure of 100.8kPaWhat would the volume be at STP?

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above sea level, the pressure is 8 1.7kPa and a temperature of 19.2℃ what volume will th
occupy?
)01f the same balloon from question #18 was allowed to float another 6000m higher, the pressure
decreases again to 49.5kPa and the temperature drops to 12.1°C. What is the new volume at th
altitude?一112.1 L-1013 ken -- v:ngsepa
310.1 IC
The volume of a gas at 0.965atm is 300.0mL. If the pressure is increased to 1 88kPa, what will
volume be?
Ste.O
21) A gas in a sealed container has a pressure of 125 kPa at a temperature of 30°C. If the pressure is
increased to 201kPa, what will the new temperature be?
25k Pa
201 kpa ule t
니ya.zzy K
32) A gas at 89c occupies 125.7mL, at 123.3kPa. What volume does it occupy at 25°C and 100.9kP
303 V
25.7ml 123.3KPa
Juisu 15.38
e 525.8
e2
20 8 K
12e.ImL
23) A sample of nitrogen gas has a temperature of 22.7°C when the volume of the container is 12.2L
is under 150.4kPa of pressure. What temperature would the gas need to be in order to occupy a 9
container at 101.3kPa?
- 24) A 353.2mL sample of chlorine gas is collected at 25.2°C and an atmospheric pressure of 100.8kPa
What would the volume be at STP?
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above sea level, the pressure is 8 1.7kPa and a temperature of 19.2℃ what volume will th occupy? )01f the same balloon from question #18 was allowed to float another 6000m higher, the pressure decreases again to 49.5kPa and the temperature drops to 12.1°C. What is the new volume at th altitude?一112.1 L-1013 ken -- v:ngsepa 310.1 IC The volume of a gas at 0.965atm is 300.0mL. If the pressure is increased to 1 88kPa, what will volume be? Ste.O 21) A gas in a sealed container has a pressure of 125 kPa at a temperature of 30°C. If the pressure is increased to 201kPa, what will the new temperature be? 25k Pa 201 kpa ule t 니ya.zzy K 32) A gas at 89c occupies 125.7mL, at 123.3kPa. What volume does it occupy at 25°C and 100.9kP 303 V 25.7ml 123.3KPa Juisu 15.38 e 525.8 e2 20 8 K 12e.ImL 23) A sample of nitrogen gas has a temperature of 22.7°C when the volume of the container is 12.2L is under 150.4kPa of pressure. What temperature would the gas need to be in order to occupy a 9 container at 101.3kPa? - 24) A 353.2mL sample of chlorine gas is collected at 25.2°C and an atmospheric pressure of 100.8kPa What would the volume be at STP?

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For a given sampe of gas, n and R are constants. So, the ideal gas equation for two given conditions can be compared as:

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