Problem: A sample of O2 gas occupies a volume of 832 mL at 14°C. If pressure remains constant, what would be the new volume if the temperature changed to:                              New volume (a) -5°C                                                    mL (b) 95°F                                                    mL (c) 1095 K                                                      mL 

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A sample of O2 gas occupies a volume of 832 mL at 14°C. If pressure remains constant, what would be the new volume if the temperature changed to: 

                             New volume 

(a) -5°C                                                    mL 

(b) 95°F                                                    mL 

(c) 1095 K                                                      mL 

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