The container is allowed to cool to duns ture of a temperature of 308.96 K, what is the volume of the cooled sample, assuming the pressure does not remperature of 50 change? SHOW ALL WORK!!! 15 A group of science fiction astronauts land on the planet Quibblefritz. To test the atmospheric conditions the astronauts deploy a weather balloon. The balloon is filled to a volume of 65.4 L in the spaceship, where the conditions are a comfortable 786 torr and 23°C. When the balloon is released to the atmosphere, where the temperature is 42°C, the balloon expands to 79.1 L. Use this information to calculate the pressure on planet Quibble fritz. SHOW ALL WORK!!! 16. How many moles of butane (C4H10; 58.1243 g/mol) are in a sample that is contained in a 1.750L flask at a pressure of 15.27 atm and a temperature of 318.9 K? SHOW ALL WORK!!! mmHg and

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The container is allowed to cool to
duns
ture of
a temperature of 308.96 K, what is the volume of the cooled sample, assuming the pressure does not
remperature of 50
change? SHOW ALL WORK!!!
15 A group of science fiction astronauts land on the planet Quibblefritz. To test the atmospheric
conditions the astronauts deploy a weather balloon. The balloon is filled to a volume of 65.4 L in
the spaceship, where the conditions are a comfortable 786 torr and 23°C. When the balloon is
released to the atmosphere, where the temperature is 42°C, the balloon expands to 79.1 L. Use this
information to calculate the pressure on planet Quibble fritz. SHOW ALL WORK!!!
16. How many moles of butane (C4H10; 58.1243 g/mol) are in a sample that is contained in a 1.750L
flask at a pressure of 15.27 atm and a temperature of 318.9 K? SHOW ALL WORK!!!
mmHg and

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The container is allowed to cool to duns ture of a temperature of 308.96 K, what is the volume of the cooled sample, assuming the pressure does not remperature of 50 change? SHOW ALL WORK!!! 15 A group of science fiction astronauts land on the planet Quibblefritz. To test the atmospheric conditions the astronauts deploy a weather balloon. The balloon is filled to a volume of 65.4 L in the spaceship, where the conditions are a comfortable 786 torr and 23°C. When the balloon is released to the atmosphere, where the temperature is 42°C, the balloon expands to 79.1 L. Use this information to calculate the pressure on planet Quibble fritz. SHOW ALL WORK!!! 16. How many moles of butane (C4H10; 58.1243 g/mol) are in a sample that is contained in a 1.750L flask at a pressure of 15.27 atm and a temperature of 318.9 K? SHOW ALL WORK!!! mmHg and

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