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Q: 1 atm is equal to
A: A pressure of 1 atm can also be stated as: ? 1.013 25 bar ? 1013.25 hectopascal (hPa) ? 1013.25 millibars (mbar, also mb) ? 760 torr [B] ? 760.001 mm-Hg, 0 ?C, [ subject to revision as more precise measurements of mercury?s density become available [B, C] ? 29.9213 in-Hg, 0 ?C, subject to revision as more precise measurements of mercury?s density become available [C]
? 1.033 227 452 799 886 kgf/cm? ? 1.033 227 452 799 886 technical atmosphere ? 1033.227 452 799 886 cm?H2O, 4 ?C [A] ? 406.782 461 732 2385 in?H2O, 4 ?C [A] ? 14.695 948 775 5134 pounds-force per square inch (psi) ? 2116.216 623 673 94 pounds-force per square foot (psf) ]
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User: 1 atm is equal to 1 mmHg 14.7 mmHg 76 mmHg 760 mmHg

User: 1 atm is equal to

Weegy: A pressure of 1 atm can also be stated as: ? 1.013 25 bar ? 1013.25 hectopascal (hPa) ? 1013.25 millibars (mbar, also mb) ? 760 torr [B] ? 760.001 mm-Hg, 0 ?C, [ subject to revision as more precise measurements of mercury?s density become available [B, C] ? 29.9213 in-Hg, 0 ?C, subject to revision as more precise measurements of mercury?s density become available [C] ? 1.033 227 452 799 886 kgf/cm? ? 1.033 227 452 799 886 technical atmosphere ? 1033.227 452 799 886 cm?H2O, 4 ?C [A] ? 406.782 461 732 2385 in?H2O, 4 ?C [A] ? 14.695 948 775 5134 pounds-force per square inch (psi) ? 2116.216 623 673 94 pounds-force per square foot (psf) ]
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User: A 1.50 liter sample of dry air in a cylinder exerts a pressure of 3.00 atmospheres at a temperature of 25oC. Without change in temperature, a piston is moved in the cylinder until the pressure in the cylinder is reduced to 1.00 atmosphere. The volume of the gas is:

Weegy: 1.50 x 3.00 = V x 1.00 atm ( Boyle's law) V = 1.50 x 3.00 / 1.00 = 4.50 L
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User: The "particles" of gases are actually atoms, or molecules. True False

Weegy: true
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