Posted by **Steven** on Monday, March 19, 2012 at 3:52pm.

My teacher gave us the answer to a chemistry problem and i cannot figure out how she got the answer. Can you help me work out this problem so i can better understand it.

A gas under an initial pressure of 0.60atm is compressed at a constant temperature from 27L to 3.0L. The final pressure will become? (5.4atm) (how did she get this answer?)

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