Problem: What size tank would be needed to contain this same amount of helium at atmospheric pressure (1 atm)?Express the size in liters to three significant figures.Application of Boyle's lawA 12-liter tank contains helium gas pressurized to 160 atm.

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What size tank would be needed to contain this same amount of helium at atmospheric pressure (1 atm)?

Express the size in liters to three significant figures.


Application of Boyle's law

A 12-liter tank contains helium gas pressurized to 160 atm.

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