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REDEUX:Chemistry class ideas for a puzzle cache #4

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Hidden : 12/20/2011
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The original caches have been archived - the church property on which the final stages were located did not appreciate geocachers visiting. So ... they were archived and are reborn not too far from the original caches!

My Chemistry class helped me come up with yet one more puzzle!I told them this had to be the last one for a while, since we still do have a little more work to complete before the holiday! As usual, the cache is NOT at the posted coordinates - just solve the puzzle to obtain the coordinatess.

Gas laws. It was decided to end the series with a few gas law probelms! So ... here they are:

What is the pressure, in atmospheres, of 1.301 mol of a gas occupying 100 L at 27oC?

A sample of gas at 98 kPa and occupying 5.2 L is subjected to a new pressure of 8.63 kPa. What must be its volume, assuming constant temperature?

A 499.0 L sample of gas is held at -217.7oC and 98.6 kPa. How many moles of the gas must be present?

Enough with the gas law's .. how about some electron configurations....

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