Chemistry

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1. A sample of gas occupies 33 mL at -101 Celsius what volume does the sample occupy at 97 Celsius? (70.578)

2. There is a balloon that contains 2125 L of gas at 55 Celsius and 99 kPa. This balloon rises to an altitude where the pressure is 42kPa and the temperature is 12 Celsius. Calculate the volume of the balloon under these new conditions.(4,321L)

For #1 I used V1/T1=V2/T2
For #2 I used T2•P1•V1/T1•P2=V2

Am I correct? Would you like me to show all my work so you see what I did? (I watched a YouTube video to figure out how to solve this)

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asked by Samantha
  1. Your equations are OK. If you plugged in correctly and did the math right you're OK.

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