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At standard temperature, a gas has a volume
of 312 mL. The temperature is then increased
to 115◦C, and the pressure is held constant.
What is the new volume?
Answer in units of mL

  • chemistry -

    (V1/T1) = (V2/T2)
    Remember T must be in kelvin.

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