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Some hydrogen occupies 120 ft at 60.0°F. Find the temperature when its volume is 132ft^3 if the pressure remains constant.

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    At constant pressure,
    V/T = constant. Use absolute Rankine temperature when using the equation. I will add 460 to the Fahrenheit temperatures to get degrees R

    120/(460 + 60) = 132/(T + 460)

    T + 460 = 132*520/120 = 572
    T = 112 F

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