# Problem: Oxygen used in respiratory therapy is stored at room temperature under a pressure of 150 atm in a gas cylinder with a volume of 60.0 L. What volume would the oxygen occupy at 0.730 atm? Assume no temperature change; and if the oxygen flow to the patient is adjusted to 6.00 L/min at room temperature and 0.730 atm , how long will the tank of gas last?

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Oxygen used in respiratory therapy is stored at room temperature under a pressure of 150 atm in a gas cylinder with a volume of 60.0 L. What volume would the oxygen occupy at 0.730 atm? Assume no temperature change; and if the oxygen flow to the patient is adjusted to 6.00 L/min at room temperature and 0.730 atm , how long will the tank of gas last?

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