At 0 degrees and 1 atm, 10 g of co2 has a volume of 5.15 dm^3.? Calculate the temperature in degrees at which the volume would reach 7.00 dm^3. Give your answer to 3 SF.
I've got an answer but not sure if it's right
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- 12-11-2016 13:26
- 12-11-2016 14:07
I am unsure about my answer too, but I gave it a try.
Temp2 = Temp1*Volume1/Volume2 =
= 273*7/5.15 = 371 K to 3 s.f.