Subject: How does one arrive at a 306 cubic foot volume of Oxygen at 2400 psi?
Date: Tue Sep 11 22:33:21 2001
Posted by Emma
Grade level: grad (non-science)
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City: Rochester State/Province: NY
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Area of science: Chemistry
I am trying to calculate a value I saw in a gas catalogue from a supplier and
am having trouble. A 1.5 cubic foot (water volume) cylinder can hold 306 cubic
feet of Oxygen at 2400 psi. How can one go from data in water volume to
gaseous Oxygen at high pressure? I am caught in a vicious circle with the
ideal gas equation of state and am desparately in need of some help.
Re: How does one arrive at a 306 cubic foot volume of Oxygen at 2400 psi?
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