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Jen S.

asked • 11/26/19

For many purposes we can treat ammonia NH3 as an ideal gas at temperatures above its boiling point of -33 degrees celsius.

Suppose the temperature of a sample of ammonia gas is raised from -14.0 °C to 21.0 °C, and at the same time the pressure is changed. If the initial pressure was 6.5 atm and the volume increased by 50.0% , what is the final pressure? Round answer to the correct number of significant figures.

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David S. answered • 11/26/19

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