chemistry

A gas has a volume of V1 = 565 mL. If the
temperature is held constant, what volume
would the gas occupy if P2 = 16 P1?
Answer in units of mL

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asked by reis
  1. Use P1V1 = P2V2.
    Since no "real" value is given for P1 you can assign any convenient number for P1, then 16 times that will be P2 and work the problem OR you can simply subsitute 16*P1 for P2.

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