UsE re Nlerences to access mpurtant vanues imeedeu Tor ms 4ueso.A sample of nitrogen gas at a pressure of 925 mm Hg and a temperature of 56 °C, occupies a volume of 8.32 liters. If the gas is cooled atconstant pressure to a temperature of 30 °C, the volume of the gas sample will beL.Submit AnswerRetry Entire Group9 more group attempts remaining

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UsE re Nlerences to access mpurtant vanues imeedeu Tor ms 4ueso.
A sample of nitrogen gas at a pressure of 925 mm Hg and a temperature of 56 °C, occupies a volume of 8.32 liters. If the gas is cooled at
constant pressure to a temperature of 30 °C, the volume of the gas sample will be
L.
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UsE re Nlerences to access mpurtant vanues imeedeu Tor ms 4ueso. A sample of nitrogen gas at a pressure of 925 mm Hg and a temperature of 56 °C, occupies a volume of 8.32 liters. If the gas is cooled at constant pressure to a temperature of 30 °C, the volume of the gas sample will be L. Submit Answer Retry Entire Group 9 more group attempts remaining

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Step 1

Given information:

Temperature of the gas at initial stage (T1) = 56 °C

Volume at initial stage (V1) = 8.32 L

Temperature at final stage (T2) = 30 °C

Step 2

Charles Law states that at constant pressure , the volume of a sample is directly proportional to the temperature.

The expression for Charles Law is represented as follows:

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V Т, т. (At constant pres sure)

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Plugging the values of T1, V1, and T2 in Charles La...

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8.32 L (56+273.15) K (30+273.15) K 8.32 Lx (30+273.15) K V2 (56+273.15) K =7.66 L

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