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If a gas occupies 625 mL at 0 Celsius and 760 torr pressure, what will its volume be at 373 degree C and 1520 torr pressure?

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We can use the gas laws to determine what the pressure of this gas will be at the higher temperature and pressure. To start, the gas at the higher pressure is determined by multiplying the original volume by the ratio of the pressures (old pressure/new ...

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The solution consists of a step by step response, of about 170 words, which explains how the gas laws can be used to solve for the final volume of a gas under specific conditions.

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