Posted by **Anonymous** on Friday, May 6, 2011 at 4:01pm.

A scuba diver takes a tank of air on a deep dive. The tank's volume is 10 L and it is completely filled with air at an absolute pressure of 224 atm at the start of the dive. The air temperature at the surface is 92 F and the diver ends up in deep water at 50 F. Assuming thermal equilibrium and neglecting air loss, determine the absolute internal pressure of the air when it is cold.

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