Problem: 1 mole of an ideal gas is kept at constant pressure but its temperature is lowered. What is the value of T when the volume of the gas reaches zero (extrapolation)?   a. 0.0°C b. 100.00°C c. - 273.15K d. - 273.15°C e. 373.15K

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1 mole of an ideal gas is kept at constant pressure but its temperature is lowered. What is the value of T when the volume of the gas reaches zero (extrapolation)?

a. 0.0°C

b. 100.00°C

c. - 273.15K

d. - 273.15°C

e. 373.15K

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