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Posted by JS on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at 12:11am.

A 5 mL sample of an unknown liquid is placed into a 250 mL flask that has had all of the air removed. The pressure measured in the flask is found to be 39.9kPa. In a seperate trial the student puts 214 mL of the same liquid into the same flask at the same temperature. What will the pressure measure (in kPa) in the second trial?

I did: (39.9kPa/5mL) * 214mL = 1707.72kPa
Is this correct?

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