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TEST YOURSELF

1. Is atmospheric pressure always equal to 1 atm?

2. What is absolute pressure? Gauge pressure?

3. The gauge pressure of a gas is -20 mm Hg at a point where atmospheric pressure is 755 mm Hg. How else can be gas pressure be expressed in term of mm Hg? (Give two values.)

4. A mercury column is open to the atmosphere on as day when atmospheric pressure is 29.9 in Hg. What is the gauge pressure 4 in. below the surface? The absolute pressure? (Give the answers in in. Hg.)

 

 

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