At 0°C, the volume of a gas is 22 liters. For each degree, the temperature T (in degrees Celsius) increases, the volume V (in liters) of the gas increases by 2/25. Write an equation that represents the volume of the gas in terms of the temperature.

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At 0°C, the volume of a gas is 22 liters. For each degree, the temperature T (in degrees Celsius) increases, the volume V (in liters) of the gas increases by 2/25. Write an equation that represents the volume of the gas in terms of the temperature.

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First the equation of the isobaric volume change of ideal gases.

\(\frac{V_2}{T_2}=\frac{V_1}{T_1}\\ V_2=\frac{V_1}{T_1}\cdot T_2\)

The temperature is given in thermodynamics in K (Kelvin).The distance between the K is equal to the distance between the ° C.

\(0°C\ \widehat{=}\ 273.15K \)

\(V_2=\dfrac{V_1\cdot (273.15°+t)}{273.15°}\)

I can't find a coefficient 2/25.

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asinus Feb 2, 2021