Chemistry

A gas initially at 20 C must be changed to

____ C to triple the pressure.

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  1. Since 20 C is 293 K, you have to triple 293 K to get the new absolute temperature in K. Then subtract 273 to get the new temperature in C.

    (293 x 3) - 273 = ?

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