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At what temperature would 41.9 g of oxygen in a 40.0-liter tank produce a pressure of 15.2 psi?

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  1. find moles of O2: 41.9/32= ...
    then, PV=nRT or T=PV/nR

    you have n, Pressure, Volume
    find temp

    triple check your units on R You need R in atm, liters, psi, temp in K

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