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what did you have in mind
Well I'm trying to use the Charles Law. However I am a little confused about what the second temperature will be. It says that the syringe is put in a ice bucket, then I have to find the new volume. I took a guess at 273K.
and how did it turned out
I ended up getting 23.1355. (Now I will round) However, I am given options for the answer and this doesn't match any of them. I don't know what I'm missing from the problem.
what grade is this
Well it's Chemistry 1
ok what grade is that
ok i am not good in chem so much so here is some tips you can look up you question in google or @Preetha can maby help
sorry i could not help
It's no problem. Thanks for attempting the problem and referring someone else.
@grimsnightmare how does your equation look? What is the general form of Charles' Law?
sorry the general formula is V1/T1=V2/T2 However I changed it to: V2 = T2*V1/T1
your rearrangement is correct, I don't know why you'd get an answer different than one of the options, unless there's a mistake in the problem itself. I get 23.15mL as well, so I don't know what to tell you
I figures out the problem. So if you were to work the problem by the original formula writing like this; 25.0 / 295 it equals 0.0847 You would round this right? My teacher didn't round to .085 so the problem was coming out all wrong.