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Ideal Gas Law Questions

3. How is the ideal gas law modified to account for the finite volume of molecules?

4. The temperature of the sea bed 60 m below the surface and at the surface are both 20C. A rubber balloon is inflated at the sea bed with 2.0 mole gas neglecting the works done on the rubber determine:

i)the volume of the balloon at the sea bed and ii) the volume of the balloon after it has been allowed to float slowly up to the surface.

ii) the volume of the balloon after it has been allowed to float slowly up to the surface

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3. How is the ideal gas law modified to account for the finite volume of molecules?
, where
• The parameter b is related to the size of each molecule. The volume that the molecules have to move around in is not just the volume of the container V, but is reduced to ( V - nb ).
• ...

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The solution shows how to use and modify the ideal gas law to account for volume and answer the following questions.

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