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    A gas sample occupies 3.50 liters of volume at 20.C. What volume will this gas occupy at 100.C (reported to three significant figures)?
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    Re: chemistry help

    Quote Originally Posted by Louisana1 View Post
    A gas sample occupies 3.50 liters of volume at 20.C. What volume will this gas occupy at 100.C (reported to three significant figures)?
    Sounds like an ideal gas problem. Have you tried?
    \frac{P_1 V_1}{T_1} =\frac{P_2 V_2}{T_2}

    (Note that we are assuming that the pressure of the gas is the same for both states. This is, of course, impossible to design, but that's Thermodynamics for you!)

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