The initial pressure and volume of a gas are 55.16 kilopascals and 0.500 liter.

according to b...

Chemistry, 09.09.2019 21:10, thill16hill

# The initial pressure and volume of a gas are 55.16 kilopascals and 0.500 liter.

according to boyle's law, if the volume of the gas changes to 0.800 liter, the pressure of the gas will be kilopascals.

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Chemistry, 21.06.2019 18:00, darg3990rgp2t0r2

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Chemistry, 22.06.2019 00:00, sophiaa23

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