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Dec 12, 2023

To determine the number of atmospheres, bars, torr, and Pascals in a tank of compressed hydrogen, we need to know the pressure of the hydrogen in the tank.

Let's assume the pressure of the compressed hydrogen in the tank is 100 atmospheres.

1 atmosphere is equal to 1.01325 bars, 760 torr, and 101,325 Pascals.

Therefore, in a tank of compressed hydrogen at 100 atmospheres, we have:

- Atmospheres: 100 atmospheres

- Bars: 100 x 1.01325 = 101.325 bars

- Torr: 100 x 760 = 76,000 torr

- Pascals: 100 x 101,325 = 10,132,500 Pascals

Let's assume the pressure of the compressed hydrogen in the tank is 100 atmospheres.

1 atmosphere is equal to 1.01325 bars, 760 torr, and 101,325 Pascals.

Therefore, in a tank of compressed hydrogen at 100 atmospheres, we have:

- Atmospheres: 100 atmospheres

- Bars: 100 x 1.01325 = 101.325 bars

- Torr: 100 x 760 = 76,000 torr

- Pascals: 100 x 101,325 = 10,132,500 Pascals