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Loyale
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Hi guys,


The questions, specifically Q1 and Q3/Q4 the answers are different to what i've gotten

Can someone help me work the answers out
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(Original post by Loyale)
Hi guys,


The questions, specifically Q1 and Q3/Q4 the answers are different to what i've gotten

Can someone help me work the answers out
What did you try?

You have PV=nRT with T in Kelvin, which can be rewritten as PV=nR(T+273) with T in Celsius.
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Question 1

Pv=nRT

V= nRT/P 1*8.31*(273+25)/100*10^3 = 0.0248 3 sf


Now u should be able to answer the next questions , they are quite similar...
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