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Brainymonkey
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Posted: 25 May 2006 at 5:51am | IP Logged Quote Brainymonkey

One cubic meter of liquid air at standard temperature and pressure is about 900 kg. When this much liquid air turns to gaseous air of density 1.25 kg/m3. What's the volume?

The only help I have is Boyles law of P1V1=P2V2. The original pressure and volume is equal to the second or different pressure and volume. I don't think it will work with this equation.

Do I just divide the 900 kg by 1.25 kg/m3 to get 720 m3?

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Posted: 31 August 2007 at 7:40am | IP Logged Quote Ladyred

 duno d answer..hoho

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