The Combined Gas Law relates the volume of a gas to the temperature and pressure surrounding it. Using the Combined Gas Law allow us to mathematically predict what will happen if volume, temperature, or pressure change. In this tutorial, you will use the Combined Gas Law to solve problems involving gases that undergo changes in volume, temperature, and pressure.
I am having a hard time setting up a problem like this: (Can you help)?
"A sample of hydrogen fluoride gas occupies 1250mL at STP. What is the pressure in mm Hg if the volume is 255mL at 300 degrees C?
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