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The universal gas law state that the volume (vm³)of a given mass of an ideal gas varies directly with it absolute temperature(to) and inversely with it pressure(pN/m²) .a certain mass of gas at an absolute temperature 275 and pressure 10⁵ N/ m ² has a volume 0.0225m³

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  1. PV=kT

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