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Imagine that 10.0 g of liquid helium, initially at 4.20 K,

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Problem 52

Imagine that 10.0 g of liquid helium, initially at 4.20 K, evaporate into an empty balloon that is kept at 1.00-atm pressure. What is the volume of the balloon at (a) 25.0 K, and (b) 293 K?

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