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explain how you can use boyle's law to determine the new volume of gas when its pressure is increased from 270 kPa to 540 kPa? The original volume of gas was 1 L. Assume the temperature and number of particles are constant. What is the new volume? I really don't understand this, I am not looking for answers I'm looking for an explanation! Please help! Medal and fan to those who help..

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