You're part of a team designing an autonomous submarine. The submarine collects seafloor samples at a location 30 meters below the surface.
To maximize collections, the submarine is designed such that when a suitable sample is encountered, the submarine inflates a balloon filled with pure oxygen at 10˚C that carries the sample to the surface for the team to immediately collect.
You're in charge of designing the collection system, and trying to figure out the balloon specifications. If the balloon expands too much, it could pop and the sample would be lost.
Your teammate currently has programmed the submarine to inflate the balloon to a volume of 3000 centimeters cubed at sea bottom, and the balloons you've been looking at expand to a max volume of 10,000 centimeters cubed.
Will everything work out dandy?