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# What would the volume (V) of the gas be at a temperature of 300K? (assume the unit for volume is liters)

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You conduct an experiment in which you measure the temperature (T) and volume (V) of a mysterious sphere of gas at several different temperatures.

The sphere can expand or shrink to any volume without changing the pressure of the gas inside.

As a result of your experiment, you find that the volume (V) of the gas divided by its temperature (T) is always equal to 1.75.

What would the volume (V) of the gas be at a temperature of 300K? (assume the unit for volume is liters)

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Mar 27, 2020

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PV = nr T       n (number of moles ) is constant     r is a gas constant

so   PV =  k T

PV / T = constant

But Pressure is constant  in this scenario too     soooo

V/T = constant

Originally   V/T = 1.75   (constant)

Then what is V when T = 300 K   ?

V / (300) = 1.75         V = (300)(1.75) = 525 Liters

Mar 27, 2020