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Unformatted text preview: The volume is allowed to expand to 45.2 L at 25 C. What is the new pressure (in atm)? b. A 5.52 L sample of Ne gas at 65 C has a pressure of 3.54 atm. The temperature is raised to 154 C and the pressure increases to 5.24 atm. What is the new volume (in L)? c. A 0.0275 L sample of CO 2 gas at 15 C has a pressure of 0.246 atm. The pressure is increased to 0.627 atm, while the volume decreases to 0.0149 L . What is the new temperature (in C)? 5. Ideal Gas Law 2 a. How many moles of CO gas are in a 23 L sample of CO gas at 146 C and a pressure of 2.68 atm? b. What is the temperature of a 4.68 L sample of 2.56 mole H 2 O gas at a pressure of 0.894 atm? c. What is the volume of a 1.56 mole sample of Helium gas at 345 C and 5.62 atm? d. What is the pressure of a 0.0825 L sample of 1.76 mole SO 2 gas at 84 C? 3...
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