A 1.0L volume of gas at 27.0C exerts a pressure of 85.5kpa what will the pressure be at 127C?



Answer:
Gay Lussac's Law. Direct proportion. at constant volume.
Temperature Increase <===> Pressure Increase.
P1 x T2 = P2 x T1
85.5kPa x 127°C (400K) = P2 x 27°C (300K)
400K ÷ 300K = 1.333
1.333 x 85.5kPa = 114kPa.

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