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Under constant pressure conditions a sample of hydrogen gas initially at 23.00 degrees Celsius and 7.70 L is cooled until its final volume is 2.50 L. What is the final temperature?

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According to Charles law, at constant pressure the volume and temperature are directly proportional.

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VooT = constant T

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When a sample involves initial and final volume and temperature, then,

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T T

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Substitute the initial, final volume and initial temperature of hydrogen ga...

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7.70 L 2.50L 23°C T. T, =2.50 Lx 23°C 7.70 L = 7.47°C

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