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Problem: A gas at 100 °C fills volume V0. If the pressure is held constant, what is the volume (in terms of V0) 1. if the Celsius temperature is doubled and 2.if the Kelvin temperature is doubled?

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Charles law:

V1T1=V2T2

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T1 = 100°C + 273 = 373K

T2 = 2(100°C) = 200°C + 273 = 473K

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A gas at 100 °C fills volume V0. If the pressure is held constant, what is the volume (in terms of V0

1. if the Celsius temperature is doubled and 

2.if the Kelvin temperature is doubled?

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