Problem: A gas has a volume of 9.0 liters at a pressure of 1520 torr. If the pressure is decreased to 380 torr, what will be its new volume? (Assume the temperature remains constant.) A. 36 liters B. 4.6 liters C. 2.3 liters D. 0.28 liters

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A gas has a volume of 9.0 liters at a pressure of 1520 torr. If the pressure is decreased to 380 torr, what will be its new volume? (Assume the temperature remains constant.)

A. 36 liters

B. 4.6 liters

C. 2.3 liters

D. 0.28 liters

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