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Solution: A wine-dispensing system uses argon canisters to pressurize and preserve wine in the bottle. An argon canister for the system has a volume of 56.8 mL and contains 30.0 g of argon.Part AAn Assuming ideal gas behaviour, what is the pressure in the canister at 306 K? Express your answer with the appropriate units. Part B When the argon is released from the canister it expands to fill the wine bottle. How many 780.0-mL wine botles can be purged with the argon in the canister at a pressure of 1,46 atm and a temperature of 306 K ? Express your answer as an integer. 

Problem

A wine-dispensing system uses argon canisters to pressurize and preserve wine in the bottle. An argon canister for the system has a volume of 56.8 mL and contains 30.0 g of argon.

Part A

An Assuming ideal gas behaviour, what is the pressure in the canister at 306 K? 

Express your answer with the appropriate units. 

Part B 

When the argon is released from the canister it expands to fill the wine bottle. How many 780.0-mL wine botles can be purged with the argon in the canister at a pressure of 1,46 atm and a temperature of 306 K ? 

Express your answer as an integer. 

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