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19 March, 15:56

4.65 L of nitrogen at standard pressure is compressed into a 0.480 L container. What is the new pressure in kPa?

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  1. 19 March, 17:46
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    Assuming that nitrogen gas is ideal, we can use the equation PV = nRT to relate first conditions to the second condition. At constant temperature, pressure and volume are indirectly related as follows:

    P = k / V

    k is equal nRT

    P1V1 = P2V2

    P2 = 101.325 (4.65) /.480 = 981.586 kPa
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