a sample of gas takes up 2.35L of space at room temperature, chemistry homework

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(20.0C) What volume will the gas occupy at -5.00C?

Jan 15th, 2016

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from the law of volumes (Charles law ), V/T = k

this implies that V1 / T1 =V2 / T2

V1 = 2.35l, T1 =20.0C = 293.0k

V2 = ?, T2 = -5.00C = 268.0k

where k -kelvin

making V2 the subject we have V2= (V1/T1)*T2

V2 =  2.35/293 * 268

V2 = 2.15L

this is the new volume that the gas will occupy at -5.00C

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Jan 15th, 2016

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