Problem: A fire extinguisher has a pressure of 10 atm 25°C. Part A What is the final pressure, in atmospheres, when the fire extinguisher is used at a temperature of 80°C if V and n are constant?

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A fire extinguisher has a pressure of 10 atm 25°C. 

Part A 

What is the final pressure, in atmospheres, when the fire extinguisher is used at a temperature of 80°C if V and n are constant?

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