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Solution: A sample of neon gas at 305 K and 0.372 atm occupies a volume of 1.89 L. If the pressure of the gas is increased, while at the same time it is heated to a higher temperature, the final gas volume (a)

Problem

A sample of neon gas at 305 K and 0.372 atm occupies a volume of 1.89 L. If the pressure of the gas is increased, while at the same time it is heated to a higher temperature, the final gas volume 

(a) could be larger or smaller than 1.89 L depending on the final pressure and temperature. 

(b) will be larger than 1.89 L. 

(c) will be smaller than 1.89 L.

Solution

The relationship of volume and temperature is directly proportional while volume and pressure are

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