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copper vat is 16 m long at room temperature (20°C). How much longer is it when it contains boiling water at 1 atm pressure?

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AL LaAT (16m)(17x10C) (100°C-20°C) -(16m) (17x10 C)(80°C) 0.0217 m 0.022m

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