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Solution: Laparoscopic surgery involves inflating the abdomen with carbon dioxide gas to separate the internal organs and the abdominal wall. If the CO2 injected into the abdomen produces a pressure of 20 mmHg and a volume of 3.85 L at 36°C how many grams of CO2 were used? Express the mass to two significant figures and include the appropriate units. 

Problem

Laparoscopic surgery involves inflating the abdomen with carbon dioxide gas to separate the internal organs and the abdominal wall. If the CO2 injected into the abdomen produces a pressure of 20 mmHg and a volume of 3.85 L at 36°C how many grams of CO2 were used? 

Express the mass to two significant figures and include the appropriate units. 

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