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With no change in the amount of material in the flask, the volume of the container in question is increased to 5.000 times the original. Assuming constant temperature, calculate the (new) total pressure, at equilibrium

Jan 26th, 2015

I believe you can use Boyle's Law for a pressure (P) and volume (T) relationship, with constant temperature (T)

P1*V1 = P2*V2
V2, final volume, is 5000 times initial volume, V1
P1*V1 = P2*5000*V1
DIVIDE both sides by 5000*V1
P1/5000 = P2

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