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A manometer is attached to a sample of gas that occupies a volume of 2.34 liters. The mercury level in arm of the manometer attached to the gas sample is 24.3 mm lower than that of the arm open to the atmosphere. Atmospheric pressure is measured to be 1.23 atm. What is the pressure of the sample of gas?
A. 23.07 torr
B. 25.53 torr
C. 910.5 torr
D. 934.8 torr
E. 959 torr
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