Ivan says, 775 litres
uselah the formula from the book . dont be lazy lah .you have much more time
100 lbs of steam. The volume that the steam will occupy will depend on the pressure.
Space = volume = 22.4 L at STP
The higher one's elevation, the lower the atmospheric pressure. Pressure drops away close to nothing much above 100,000 feet.
As with anywhere, the atmospheric pressure in Arizona is variable. However, it does not vary much from the standard 13.7 pounds per square inch.
14.7 psi at sea level
Volume = how much space an object occupies, that nothing else can occupy at the same time.
Atmospheric pressure is a unit of measument, and measure the pressure of the air. Much like the deeper you go in the ocean the higher the pressure is. You are actually on the bottom of an ocean of air, the higher up the less atmospheric pressure and eventually there is non when you reach outer space.
No, the atmospheric pressure changes much too slowly.
Okay i think i might know but i'm not sure but i think this can never happen because if it did the atmospheric pressure would crush us. our fluids in our bodies exert pressure on the atmospheric pressure(the same amount) and pretty much neutralize the effect!
14.7 PSI at sea level
At standard temperature and pressure. This means that, more or less, there are 6.022 X 10^23 diatomic molecules of H2 in that much volume. ( the volume not being under more than standard pressure; 760mm/Hg ) In twice the volume about twice the molecules under STP.
the answer is 13.3223 ml
lead has much higher density
About 600 pascals. For comparison, standard atmospheric pressure on Earth is about 101 kilopascals.
Atmospheric pressure varies due to elevation (altitude) and because of the motion of air masses over the surface. For altitude differences, the pressure is the result of the surrounding air. Higher pressure is experienced at lower altitudes just as higher pressure is found in greater depths within a body of water. A simple explanation is that the "column of air" above a surface "pushing down" is much shorter if you move higher into the "sea of air." This lower weight is expressed as lower pressure, which represents fewer molecules within a given volume of air. The higher the altitude (eg. mountains) = The lesser the atmospheric pressure The lower the altitude (eg. sea level) = The higher the atmospheric pressure
Almost zero. Pluto has very little gravity and cannot support much of an environment. In its summer, it can get up to 0.3 Pascals of atmospheric pressure, about 338,000 times less pressure than on Earth.
14.7 pounds. Atmospheric pressure is 14.7 pounds per square inch Keep in mind that unless air is trapped you do not feel this as pressure is equalized
Pressure decreases. This is because atmospheric pressure is a measure of the weight of the atmosphere weighing down. If you are high in the atmosphere, much of the atmosphere is below you so the pressure from above will be very small.
Atmospheric pressure is another name for air pressure. This is because the atmosphere is pretty much the same as air.
Pressure in the skull should be equal to atmospheric pressure which is 14 psi Explosive pressure is due to expanding gas
That would depend very much on what the solid was. Gold would take up much less volume than plastic.
The average atmospheric concentration is 385 parts per million (volume).
None! A tank at atmospheric pressure already has an absolute pressure of 1.013 bar.