Assuming that temperature remains constant, calculate the final volume
Pressure of a sample of 45 L of gas is increased and the gas goes from 100 kPa to 125 kPa;
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P1V1 = P2V2
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at a pressure of 405kpa the volume of gas is 6.00cm3
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