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An oxygen tank contains 96.0 g of oxygen that has 6.00 atm of pressure at 77.0 °F. After some of the oxygen is used (released from the tank), the pressure of the oxygen
has dropped to 4.00 atm at 32.0 °F. (a) What is the volume of the tank? (b) What is the mass of remaining oxygen in the tank?
(a) 0.0122
(b) 70
x 10-2 m³;
g.
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An oxygen tank contains 96.0 g of oxygen that has 6.00 atm of pressure at 77.0 °F. After some of the oxygen is used (released from the tank), the pressure of the oxygen has dropped to 4.00 atm at 32.0 °F. (a) What is the volume of the tank? (b) What is the mass of remaining oxygen in the tank? (a) 0.0122 (b) 70 x 10-2 m³; g.

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