Problem: A balloon contains 413 mL of gas at 20.85 °C. A student places the balloon outside, where it sits for several hours at a temperature of 4.65 °C. Assuming there is no change in pressure for the balloon, use Charles' law (below) to determine the new volume of the gas. v1/T1 = v2/T2

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A balloon contains 413 mL of gas at 20.85 °C. A student places the balloon outside, where it sits for several hours at a temperature of 4.65 °C. Assuming there is no change in pressure for the balloon, use Charles' law (below) to determine the new volume of the gas. 

v1/T1 = v2/T2

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