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Ch.23 - Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds

Solution: A natural gas storage tank is a cylinder with a moveable top. Its volume can change only as its height changes, and its radius fixed. The height of the cylinder is 22.6 m on a day when the temperature

Problem

A natural gas storage tank is a cylinder with a moveable top. Its volume can change only as its height changes, and its radius fixed. The height of the cylinder is 22.6 m on a day when the temperature is 23 oC. The next day the height of the cylinder increases to 23.8 m when the gas expands because of a heat wave.

Determine the temperature on the second day, assuming that the pressure and amount of gas in the storage tank have not changed.