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Solution: A glass vessel contains 28 g of nitrogen gas. Assuming ideal behavior, which of the processes listed below would double the pressure exerted on the walls of the vessel?a. Adding 28 g of oxygen gasb. R

Problem

A glass vessel contains 28 g of nitrogen gas. Assuming ideal behavior, which of the processes listed below would double the pressure exerted on the walls of the vessel?

a. Adding 28 g of oxygen gas
b. Raising the temperature of the container from -73°C to 127°C
c. Adding enough mercury to fill one-half the container
d. Adding 32 g of oxygen gas
e. Raising the temperature of the container from 30.°C to 60.°C