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    Chemistry - Gases

    Using "dimensional analysis" show that 1 L kPa = 1 J.

    Hints : P= F/A; 1 Pa = 1 N/m^2; energy = F x d

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    The best way to solve this problem is by dividing it to 2 parts and taking each side of the equation alone.

    Lets start with 1L Kpa.

    We know that Pa=1N/m^2 we also know that a L is also a dm^3 which means we can say that 1L ...

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    Demonstrating that the right side of the equation and the left side of the equation are equal. 200 words.

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