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Solution: For each of the following sets of volume/temperature data, calculate the

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Problem 34

For each of the following sets of volume/temperature data, calculate the missing quantity. Assume that the pressure and the mass of gas remain constant. a. V 2.01 102 L at 1150 C; V 5.00 L at ? C b. V 44.2 mL at 298 K; V ? at 0 K c. V 44.2 mL at 298 K; V ? at 0 C

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