Question about Wolfram Research Calculation Center
Your captured sample will be flow rate x time. Your bottle size is the upper limit of the amount you can capture (any more than that amount and the bottle will explode and you won't capture anything). You must allow for reduced flow rate as the pressure rises in the bottle.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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