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    A nitrogen container has 100.0 liters of gas at a pressure of 3200 psi ruptures in a room at 28° C and 0.92 atm pressure. What volume will the nitrogen gas occupy in the room after the bottle empties? Please show all steps.

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    1. A nitogen container that has 100.0 liters of gas at a pressure of 3200 psi ruptures in a room at 28° C and 0.92 atm pressure. What volume will the nitrogen gas occupy in the room after the bottle empties?

    Solution:
    Vi = 100.0 L (initial volume)
    Pi = 3200 psi = 217.7472 atm (initial pressure)

    Vf = ? (final volume)
    Pf = 0.92 atm (final pressure)

    Because the ideal gas law is:
    PV = nRT (where n, the number of moles of N2
    R, the gas constant
    T, the temperature
    are the ...

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