Warm-up. Convert the following: 4.5 atm = _____ kPa 845.6 torr = _____ kPa 103.5 kPa = _____ mm Hg. Boyle’s Law: P and V. as one increases , the other decreases inversely proportional P 1 = P 2 V 2 V 1. Example: Boyle’s Law.
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Convert the following:
4.5 atm = _____ kPa
845.6 torr = _____ kPa
103.5 kPa = _____ mm Hg
P1 = P2
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