• zepp
I have a question about breathing gas underwater. Here goes: As we go down, the quantity of gas breathed increases (because the pressure goes up) So for a diver that's going down at a speed of 18m/min until he reaches 60 meters underwater (It would take him 3 minutes and 20 seconds to do so). How would I calculate the amount of gas he's breathing during this 3 minutes and 20 seconds, knowing that the atmospheric pressure is 100kPa and the water's temperature is about 20C and that he's breathing rhythm is about 18L of gas per minute?
Chemistry
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