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Charles' Law Calculation Questions
Given a container of helium gas with an initial volume of 252 L and a temperature of -7.5 °C,
calculate the temperature if the volume is changed to 276 L.
Given your answer to the nearest 1/10th of a °C.
HINT 1
The relationship between temperature and volume is
V
_{1}
/T
_{1}
=V
_{2}
/T
_{2}
HINT 2
Remember temperature must be in Kelvin to have a liner relationship between temperature and volume.
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