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What is Boyle's Law constant if a sealed rigid container with a volume of 650 mL has a pressure of 131.1 kPa ?

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DrBob222
The constant you obtain depends upon the units you want from PV = k
One set is (131.1/101.325)*0.650L = ?L*atm.
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