A gas occupies 4.23 l at 2.25 atm. what is the volume at 3.46 atm?

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A gas occupies 4.23 l at 2.25 atm. what is the volume at 3.46 atm?

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2022-04-11T00:56:53+00:00 1 Answer 0

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  1. Beatrix
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    2022-04-11T00:58:26+00:00

    Boyle’s law gives the relationship between pressure and volume of gas.
    It states that at constant temperature pressure in inversely proportional to volume.
    PV = k
    where P – pressure V – volume and k – constant
    P1V1 = P2V2
    where parameters for the first instance are on the left side and parameters for the second instance are on the right side of the equation
    substituting the values in the equation
    2.25 atm x 4.23 L = 3.46 atm x V
    V = 2.75 L
    new volume is 2.75 L

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