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A fixed quantity of gas at a constant pressure exhibits a temperature of 27 degrees Celsius and occupies a volume of 10.0 L. Use Charles's law to calculate:

the temperature of the gas in degrees Celsius in atmospheres if the volume is increased to 16.0 L
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Q: What volume is occupied by 2.0g He at 25 degrees celsius and 775 mmHg?
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Does STP stand for zero degrees celsius and 760 mmHg?

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If you have mL degrees Celsius and mmHg figure out Volume at STP?

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