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# What change in volume of the balloon is observed between 0 degrees C and 60 degrees C?

Updated: 9/22/2023

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10y ago

The ratio of temperatures must be calculated for the absolute temperatures - not temps measures on the Celsius scale.

So, the temperature increases from 273.15 K to 333.15 K.

333.15/273.15 = 1.2197

Therefore, the volume will increase by a multiple of 1.2197.

This answer assumes that all other factors remain unchanged. That is unlikely since the elasticity of the balloon is likely to be affected by the change in temperature.

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