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1. A 410mL sample of fluorine gas is heated from 25C to 189C at constant pressure. What is its final volume. Please show all calculation.

2. A smple of carbon monoxide gas at atmospheric pressure (1atm) occupies 3.2 liters at 125C. How to calculate the new pr essure if the gas is compressed to 1.20 liters and the temperature remains constant. Please show all calculation.

3. A store owner inflates a helium ballon inside his warm store. He then hangs the balloon outside on a cold day. Will the continue to float? Why or why not?

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A 410mL sample of fluorine gas is heated from 25C to 189C at constant pressure. What is its final volume? Please show all calculation.
This can be calculated by ideal gas law. , where n the number of moles of gas, in this case, it is a constant. R is the gas constant. And the pressure is a constant as well. So , where c is a ...

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