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A carbonated drink is fully charged with C02 gas at 17°C

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Problem 104P

Problem 104P

A carbonated drink is fully charged with C02 gas at 17°C and 600 kPa such that the entire bulk of the drink is in thermodynamic equilibrium with the CO2-water vapor mixture. Now consider a 2-L soda bottle. If the CO2 gas in that bottle were to be released and stored in a container at 20°C and 100 kPa, determine the volume of the container.

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