• Card 2 / 112: A sample of a certain gas has a volume of 222 mL at 695 mm Hg and 0°C. What would be the volume of this same sample of gas if it were measured at 333 mm Hg and 0°C?
    A) 894 mL
    B) 657 mL
    C) 463 mL
    D) 359 mL

    Answer:
    C) 463 mL

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