Concept: Combined Gas Law
To find the Pressure experienced by the balloon at the top of Mount Crumpet, we need to consider both values of Volume and Temperature, and one given Pressure.
A balloon that is 100.21 L at 21 °C and 0.981 atm is released and just barely clears the top of Mount Crumpet in British Columbia. If the final volume of the balloon is 144.53 L at a temperature of 5.24 °C, what is the pressure experienced by the balloon as it clears Mount Crumpet?
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