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an air bubble trapped in bread dough at room temperature (291k) has a volume of 1.0mL. The bread bake sin the oven at 623k(350C)

calculate the new volume of the air bubblr, using charles law( Volume divided by Temperature= K)

my answer is: 1.0/350C = 2.857....x10-03

this doesnt seem right...

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  1. V1/T1 = V2/T2
    It doesn't seem right to me either. You haven't used the 291 at all AND you used 350 C without converting to Kelvin.
    1/291 = V2/623
    Solve for V2

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