# Answer to Question #33016 in Inorganic Chemistry for Molly

Question #33016

Calculate the temperature to which a .400 L sample of gas at 1.00 atm and 0 degrees celcius must be heated at a constant pressure for the volume to change to 1.00L

Expert's answer

If P = const we can use Charles's law. Due to it we have

V

From this equation we get that

T

V

_{1}/T_{1}= V_{2}/T_{2}From this equation we get that

T

_{2}= (T_{1}*V_{2})/V_{1}= (273 K*1 L)/4 L = 68.25K = -204.75 degrees celsius.Need a fast expert's response?

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