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###### A gas occupying a volume of $725 mathrm{~mL}$ at a pressure of $0.970 mathrm{~atm}$ is allowed to expand at constant temperature until its pressure reaches $0.541 mathrm{~atm} .$ What is its final volume?

A gas occupying a volume of $725 mathrm{~mL}$ at a pressure of $0.970 mathrm{~atm}$ is allowed to expand at constant temperature until its pressure reaches $0.541 mathrm{~atm} .$ What is its final volume?

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