## Conversions- Gases

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HanSitoy
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### Conversions- Gases

For the upcoming exams, will we have to know how to convert between various units of pressure?

Haocheng Zhang 2A
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### Re: Conversions- Gases

I don't think so. I think we will be given different values of constant R for different units of pressure so we don't have to convert the unit.

CameronJohari1J
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### Re: Conversions- Gases

Even if we do need to convert between different units of pressure, it would ultimately just be dimensional analysis.

Rithik Kumar 3E
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### Re: Conversions- Gases

In addition, conversion factors for "atm" to "kPa" for example are provided within the constants and equations sheet that we are provided with each exam.