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What is the temperature of the gas sample in degrees C at this volume?

What is the temperature of the gas sample in degrees C at this volume?

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A gas sample has a volume of 178 mL at 0.00 degrees C. The temperature is raised (at constant pressure) until the volume reaches 211 mL.

A. 0.00*C
B. 324*C
C. -43*C
D. 51*C

This question is part of Unit 5 Test
Asked by Rebekah.cordeiro, Last updated: Jan 26, 2020

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Answered Nov 05, 2018

When a word problem in science includes temperature of a substance with the pressure and volume, then there is a formula to use. In this case, the word problem gives you the volume and temperature. It wants you to calculate the pressure. There are several steps to this problem. You may have to use Boyle’s Law unless you can calculate the numbers in your head. Boyle’s Law is V1P1 = V2P2 where V is equal to volume and P is equal to pressure. Then Charles law is V1T1 = V2T2 w...Read More
 

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Answered Jan 03, 2018

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Answered Mar 16, 2017

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