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A sample of oxygen gas initially at 373 K was heated to 427 K. If the volume of the oxygen gas sample at 427 K is 735.3 mL, what was its volume at 373 K?

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Step 1

Given that, pressure is held constant. Volume and temperature are changing.

Step 2

Therefore, this comes under Charle’s law.

V1 / T1 = V2 /T2

Where, V1 and V2 are initial and final volume respectively. T1 and T2 are initial and final temperature respectively.

Step 3

By plugging all the values in the above equatio...

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V_ V, т, т, 735.3mL x 373K V,T,_ т, 642.31 mL. 427K

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