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In this lesson, we will learn how to use Charles' law to convert between volume and temperature for an ideal gas at constant pressure.
Temperature is sometimes measured with a gas
thermometer by observing the change in the volume of the gas as the temperature
changes at constant pressure. The hydrogen in a particular hydrogen gas
thermometer has a volume of 150.0 cm3
when immersed in a mixture of
ice and water at
. When immersed in boiling liquid ammonia, the volume
of the hydrogen, at the same pressure, is 131.7 cm3. What is the
temperature of the boiling ammonia?
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