Chemistry (Gas Laws) I REALLY NEED HELP

A 27.8 liter container is initially evacuated, and then 8.8 grams of water is placed in it. After a time, all the water evaporates, and the temperature is 130.8 degrees C. Find the final pressure.

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  1. PV=nRT

    P= nRT/V all you have to do is convert 8 grams water to moles water. tEmps in Kelvin

  2. Ok thanks, so do you just find the molar mass of those 8 grams of water to find moles?

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