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The pressure of a sample of gas at a constant temperature of 25 degrees C is increased from 1.0atm to 1.3atm. If the original volume was 3.8 liters, what will the new volume (in liters) be?

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From, the ideal gas law, we know that,

PV = nRT.

If, n, R, T ...

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