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Problem 18.3

A cylindrical tank has a tight-fitting piston that allows the volume of the tank to be changed. The tank originally contains of air at a pressure of 0.355 atm. The piston is slowly pulled out until the volume of the gas is increased to If the temperature remains constant, what is the final value of the pressure?

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