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What would have to be the surface temperature to observe

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Problem 125QP

What would have to be the surface temperature to observe no change in volume in a weather balloon once it reaches the outer edge of the troposphere? Assume the pressure at the surface is 760 torr and changes to 150 torr. The temperature at the outer edge of the atmosphere is about 218 K.

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Week 3 Notes Tuesday, September 6, 201611:06 AM Important Points ○ LimitingReagent:Reactant used up first in the reaction ○ Theoretical Yield: Is the amount of productthat would result if all the limiting reagent reacted  MAXIMUMobtainable result ○ Actual Yield is the amount of product actually obtained out of a reaction.  • More on Titrations ○ Titrationcan be usedin the analysis of acid-baseand redox reactions • Physical Characteristicsof Gases ○ Gases assumethe volume and shapeof their containers ○ Most compressiblestate of matter ○ Gases will mix evenly and completelywhen confinedto the same container ○ Much lower densitiesthan liquidsand solids • Pressure ○ 1 pascal(Pa) = 1 N/m^2

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Textbook: An Introduction to Chemistry
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Author: Richard C. Bauer
ISBN: 9780073511078

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