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)

**Show your work and answer the question with a clear statement**. Show each step of your calculations for full points. After showing your calculations, answer the question with a clear statement.

Beanpole Mar 27, 2020

#1**+1 **

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

ElectricPavlov Mar 27, 2020