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Homework Help: chemestry

Posted by hellogoodbie on Monday, January 11, 2010 at 5:58pm.

how do you solve the ideal gas law when you are given the temperature in celcius instead of kelvin.

Heres an example question. Calculate the volume occupied by 3.25 moles of carbon dioxide at 25degrees celcius and 750mm Hg.

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