Relative density of mercury, Chemistry

The temperatre of an air bubble while rising from bottom to surface of lake remains constant but its diameter is doubled . if the pressure is equivalent to h meter of mercury column and relative density of mercury is p [row] then the deoth of the lake in meters??

Ans) PV=nRT

doubling diameter implies volume is increased by a factor of eight. so pressure is decreased by a factor of eight

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