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anonymous
 4 years ago
Using Boyles law solve the following question:
An oxygen supplier wants to reduce the volume of her tanks. She plans to take in her 155L tanks and store it in 95.5L tanks. If the oxygen in the old tanks has a pressure of 8.27*10^3 kPa, what will the new pressure be after the oxygen is compressed? Assume a constant temperature throughout.
anonymous
 4 years ago
Using Boyles law solve the following question: An oxygen supplier wants to reduce the volume of her tanks. She plans to take in her 155L tanks and store it in 95.5L tanks. If the oxygen in the old tanks has a pressure of 8.27*10^3 kPa, what will the new pressure be after the oxygen is compressed? Assume a constant temperature throughout.

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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0ehh, it doesn't require much knowledge I dont have time just read it carefully sorry
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