Problem: A 10.5 L balloon contains heim gas at a pressure of 620 mmHg. What is the final pressure, in millimeters of mercury, of the helium gas at each of the following volumes, if there is no mmHg change in temperature and amount of gas? Part B 200 L Part C 3400 mLPart D 1210 mL

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A 10.5 L balloon contains heim gas at a pressure of 620 mmHg. What is the final pressure, in millimeters of mercury, of the helium gas at each of the following volumes, if there is no mmHg change in temperature and amount of gas? 

Part B 

200 L 

Part C 

3400 mL

Part D 

1210 mL

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