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Ideal Gas Law Solution

2.00 g of hydrogen gas and 19.2 g of oxygen gas are placed in a 100.0 L container. These gases react to form H2)O(g). The temperature is 38 degrees celsius at the end ofthe reaction.
a. What is the pressure at the conclusion of the reaction?
b. If the temperature was raised to 77 degrees celsius, what would the new pressure be in the same container?

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