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A gas with a temperature of 31.3 oC and a volume of 109.2 L is compressed to 11.7 L. What will be the new temperature? Report your answer to one decimal place.

If this is at constant pressure, use Charles' Law.
V1/T1=V2/T2
temps have to be in Kelvins to use this.
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