References Use the References to access important values if needed for this question. A sample of hydrogen gas occupies a volume of 9.35 L at 42.0°C and 1.28 atm. If it is desired to increase the volume of the gas sample to 10.7 L, while decreasing its pressure to 0.819 atm, the temperature of the gas sample at the new volume and pressure must be °C. 2:03 PM 4/17/2020 FLU Type here to search home end delete dn 6d ins f11 f12 prt sc f1o fg fg 1A4 f5 16 14 ON num backspace lock & 8. 6. 4. 7. home Y 00 %24 LI %23

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A sample of hydrogen gas occupies a volume of 9.35 L at 42.0°C and 1.28 atm.
If it is desired to increase the volume of the gas sample to 10.7 L, while decreasing its pressure to 0.819 atm, the temperature of the gas sample at the new volume and pressure must
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References Use the References to access important values if needed for this question. A sample of hydrogen gas occupies a volume of 9.35 L at 42.0°C and 1.28 atm. If it is desired to increase the volume of the gas sample to 10.7 L, while decreasing its pressure to 0.819 atm, the temperature of the gas sample at the new volume and pressure must be °C. 2:03 PM 4/17/2020 FLU Type here to search home end delete dn 6d ins f11 f12 prt sc f1o fg fg 1A4 f5 16 14 ON num backspace lock & 8. 6. 4. 7. home Y 00 %24 LI %23