Definition: Charles' law is a special case of the ideal gas law where the pressure of a gas is constant. Charles' law states the volume is proportional to the absolute temperature of a gas at constant pressure.

Formula:

1) \(P/V =k\)

2) \(V_1/T_1 = V_2/T_2\)

Question: A 600 mL sample of nitrogen is heated from \(27^\circ\text{C}\) to \(77^\circ\text{C}\) at constant pressure. What is the final volume in mL?

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