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Therefore when 10cm^3 of oxygen is compresssed into a 5 cm^3 container , the pressure would double right? I believe that the pressure the molecules exerts on the container is due to the force that the molecules exert when they collide with the walls of the container. Therefore, if we compress 10cm^3 of oxygen into another 5cm^3 container of different inner area, will the pressure be different? If it's different will it violate boyle's law? Or there's a missing concept?

Confused boy