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A sample of oxygen occupies 38.9L at STP. What will the pressure need to be in Torr. if the volume is to be changed to 32.2L without a change in T.

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    P/760=38.9/32.2

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    A sample of oxygen occupies 38.9L at STP. What will the pressure need to be in Torr. if the volume is to be changed to 32.2L without a change in T.

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