Problem: A sample of a gas in a piston/cylinder apparatus occupies 41.6 mL at 1.1 atm and 18.6°C. If the volume of the sample is increased to 65.4 mL and the temperature changes to 39°C, what is the new pressure, in atm, of the sample? Enter your answer with three decimal places and no units.

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A sample of a gas in a piston/cylinder apparatus occupies 41.6 mL at 1.1 atm and 18.6°C. If the volume of the sample is increased to 65.4 mL and the temperature changes to 39°C, what is the new pressure, in atm, of the sample? Enter your answer with three decimal places and no units.

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