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In an closed vessel 300 torr of argon gas is filled and the vessel heated to 925 degree celcius from room temperature. What will be the pressure at 925 degree celcius .

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  1. What?

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  2. P2/P1=T2/T1

    solve for P2

    change temps to Kelvins

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    bobpursley
  3. In your case, P1 = 300 torr = 0.395 atm,
    T1 = 295 K (22 C) (room temperature)
    T2 = 1198 K

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  4. Note the correct spelling of celsius.

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