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Answer on Physical Chemistry Question for Jaysa

Question #26081
A gas at STP occupies 28cm^3 of space. If the pressure changes to 3.8 ATM and the temp increases at 203 degrees celcius, did the new volume. (Hint: 1cm^3 = 1 mL)
Expert's answer
STP: pressure - 105 Pa = 0.98692 ATM; temperature - 0 C (273 К).
This task can be solved by such equation:
pV = nRT
V = nRT/p
All the data except T and p is constant. So if the ratio between T and p remains constant, the volume will not change.
1) 273/0.98692 = 276.6
2) (203 + 273)/3.8 = 125.26
So the volume will become less in 2.2 times: 28 ml/2 = 14 ml

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