Physics

A 1-liter aluminum container at 20o
C is filled with 0.975 liters of mercury at
20o
C. If both the container and the mercury are heated, at what final temperature
will the mercury completely fill the container? (Hint: this is a volume expansion
problem)
αAl = 24 × 10-6
(Cº
)
-1
; βHg = 1.82×10-4
(°C)-1

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