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A 10L vessel containing Helium gas at10atm is connected to an Evacuated 5L vessel at the Same temperature .The presuure of the gas in the first Vessel becomes?

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p1V1 = p2V2
That Did nt Work..@shubhamsrg
whats the ans ?

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6.67atm
well thats what the formula yields ! o.O
p1 = 10 V1 =10 p2 = ? V2 =15
Wat is V2 ?
Yeah....i Didnt Get..Why Did u Take V2 = 15
Gas is Being Evacuated
its connected evaculated..
evacuated*
its connected to an evacuated vessel !
i.e. empty vessel,,because of which, due to pressure difference in both the containers, gas will expand itself ..
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That Helps....Thxxx
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