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an air bubble is released at the bottom of a lake where the temperature is 4 celsius and the pressure is 3.40 atm. if the bubble was 10.0 ml to start, what well its volume be at the surface, where the water temperature is 12 celsius and the pressure is 103 kpa?
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(P1V1)/T1 = (P2V2)/T2
You need to change atm to kPa or the other way around.posted by DrBob222

123 kpa
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