Posted by **Anonymous** on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 7:18pm.

A bubble of air, 0.010 m^3 in volume, is formed at the bottom of a lake which is 30.0 m deep and where the temperature is 8.0 C. The bubble rises to the surface, where the water temperature is 26 C and where the pressure is atmospheric pressure. What is the volume of the bubble just as it reaches the surface?

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