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A Pyrex flask in a refrigerator at -8 degrees Celsius is filled to the top and holds exactly 1000cm^3 of ethyl alcohol.
If the refrigerator fails, how much alcohol spills by the time the temperature reaches 22 degrees Celsius? The coefficient of volume expansion of ethyl alcohol is 0.00112 (C)^-1. Ignore the expansion of the flask. Answer in units of cm^3.

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