Real-world gas calculations

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StefinSB

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I was aware of that, I was making a joke that all the cats eat the lizards here in Florida.
Same in California, except that there is a 10 lizard limit per cat.
 

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I was once filling my tank up and the molecules started noticing each other. Boy molecule met girl molecule and the rest was history.
This would be particularly true if the boy molecules were hydrogen and the girl molecules were oxygen...
 

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When we took our first dive cert, we were taught about the different gas laws...
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Great post! Yes, lots of Science, but with enough empirical fudge-factoring to smell a lot like Engineering. I stopped paying attention in thermo when we hit gas fugacity. BUT, speaking as a scientist, I'd much rather have my gas mixes determined by a chemical engineer.

Oh wait, Storker IS a chemical engineer! Good job!
 
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Oh wait, Storker IS a chemical engineer!
Is it that obvious?
 
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