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# A balloon with an initial volume of 3.2 L at a temperature

## Problem 39P Chapter 11

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Problem 39P

PROBLEM 39P

A balloon with an initial volume of 3.2 L at a temperature of 299 K is warmed to 376 K. What is its volume at 376 K?

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Step 1:

Given :

Initial volume of balloon = 3.2 L

Initial Temperature = 299 K

Final Temperature = 376 K.

Final volume @ 376 K = ?

Charles’s law states that ‘At a fixed pressure, the volume of a gas is directly proportional to the kelvin temperature of the gas.’

Mathematically it can be represented as :

V T          Or         = k

where:

V = volume of the gas,

T =  temperature of the gas (measured in kelvins),

k = constant.

=

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