A scuba diver 60ft below the ocean’s surface inhales 50.0 mL of compressed air from a scuba tank with an initial pressure of 3.00 atm and temp of 8 degrees Celsius. What is final pressure, in atmospheres, in the lungs when the gas expands to 150.0 mL at a body temp of 37 degrees Celsius and the gas amount stays constant?

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  1. Another (P1V1/T1) = (P2V2/T2)

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  2. 1.1026 ATM

    3ATM •50ml/150ml•310k/281.15k=1.1026

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