# Chemistry 20

a balloon can hold 800ml of air before breaking. A balloon at 4 deg C contain 750ml of air is brought into a house at 25 deg C. Assuming a constant pressure inside and outside the ballon, will the balloon break?

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1. V2/750= (273+25)/(273+4)

solve for V2

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