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End Sub 12.5 Computing Ideal Gas Volume Formulas used in column F Temperature Pressure Moles Gas Constant Volume Units 273 1 1 0.08206 22.40238 liters =(D4*E4*B4)/C4 500 1 1 0.08206 41.03 liters =(D5*E5*B5)/C5 273 10 1 0.08206 2.240238 liters =(D6*E6*B6)/C6 273 1 10 0.08206 224.0238 liters =(D7*E7*B7)/C7 500 1 10 0.08206 410.3 liters =(D8*E8*B8)/C8 500 1 1 0.7302 365.1 ft 3 =(D9*E9*B9)/C9 The recorded macro commands are listed below. This macro has been assigned to [Ctrl-Shift-V] on the keyboard. Sub CalcVol() ' ' CalcVol Macro Macro recorded ' ' Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+V ' ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=(RC[-2]*RC[-1]*RC[-4])/RC[-3]"
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