What temperature would be necessary to double the volume of a gas initially at s.t.p. if the pressure is decreased by 50% ?
Asked by aadrica.kanika | 27th Dec, 2018, 12:27: PM
P1 =760 mmHg
V1 = V1
T1 = 273 K
P2 = 50% OF P1
= 380 mmHg
T1 = ?
The temperature necessary to double the volume of a gas is 273 K or 0 °C.
Answered by Varsha | 28th Dec, 2018, 11:07: AM
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