...see the reference. P = P₀ e^(–gMh/RT₀) h height in meters P₀ sea level standard atmospheric pressure 101325 Pa T₀ sea level standard temperature 288.15 K g Earth...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/05/2013

I think that

**standard**sea level**pressure**is 1**atm**so taking the balloon below sea level to a**pressure**of 2**atm**would indicate an increase**in pressure**and, therefore, a decrease**in**volume. The reason why is because when...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/09/2011

For proper comparison across the world we need to set what room temp is . STP is 20oC which is 68oF or 293oK and 1

**atm**[atmosphere, sea level] air**pressure**, also expressed**in**psi or mmHg or Torr1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/05/2011

... can derive that from PV = nRT. As far as the partial pressures are concerned, they are proportional to the number of...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/11/2012

Theoretically, Argon would. Under

**standard**temperature and**pressure**conditions (1**atm pressure**and 0 degrees C), the speed of sound**in**air is 344 m/s.**In**Argon under the same conditions...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/04/2007

... approximately equal to an increase

**in**depth of 1 meter. Scuba...use a manometric rule of thumb: the**pressure**exerted by ten metres...equal to one atmosphere. The**standard**atmosphere (**atm**) is an established...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/07/2008

... : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- P = 1.000

**atm**V = 10000 L n = ????? R = 0.08206**atm**- L / gmol - ...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/04/2014

... element of wood) can exist at STP (

**Standard**Temperature and**Pressure**) or at zero**pressure**(**in**space) as a liquid.... The triple point of...atmospheric**pressure**is 101.3 kPa (1**atm**).7 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/08/2012

...b) calculate the force of gravity on the gauge from the column of seawater - be careful

**in**the units conversion from kg/m3 to pascals, psi or**atm**. Or use a**standard**equation. (c) water**pressure**is 413**atm**- convert that to psi or some force per area unit, then multiply it...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/04/2007