Calc Pressure: Gas @ 30°C, 1.11atm @ 15°C

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In summary, Calc Pressure is the calculation of the pressure of a gas at a specific temperature and atmospheric pressure. "Gas @ 30°C" refers to the temperature of the gas being measured, and "1.11atm @ 15°C" represents the atmospheric pressure and gas temperature. The calculation of Calc Pressure uses the ideal gas law and is important in understanding and predicting gas behavior in various industries and fields of study.
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What is the pressure of a fixed volume of a gas at 30.0 C if it has a pressure of 1.11 atm at 15.0 C?
 
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Never mind, I realized how to solve it. How do I delete a post?
 
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Hit the edit button, and choose delete. But now that I've posted here, that really wouldn't help. Better to just hit the "report" button and ask to have the thread deleted.

Also, next time round, for questions like this, you should use the Homework & Coursework subforums at the top of the main Forum page.
 

Related to Calc Pressure: Gas @ 30°C, 1.11atm @ 15°C

What is Calc Pressure?

Calc Pressure is the calculation of the pressure of a gas at a specific temperature and atmospheric pressure.

What does "Gas @ 30°C" mean?

This indicates the temperature of the gas being measured, which in this case is 30 degrees Celsius.

What does "1.11atm @ 15°C" represent?

The 1.11atm represents the atmospheric pressure at the given conditions, while the 15°C is the temperature of the gas being measured.

How is Calc Pressure calculated?

The calculation of Calc Pressure takes into account the ideal gas law, which states that pressure is directly proportional to temperature and the number of moles of gas present, and inversely proportional to the volume of the gas.

Why is it important to calculate Calc Pressure?

Calc Pressure is important because it allows scientists to understand and predict the behavior of gases under different conditions, which is crucial in many industries and fields of study.

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