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    Charles Law for determining temperature at given pressure

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    The densities of air at −85°C, 0°C, and 100°C are 1.877 g dm−3, 1.294 g dm−3, and 0.946 g dm−3, respectively. From these data, and assuming that air obeys Charles's law, determine a value for the absolute zero of temperature in degrees Celsius.

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    Charles Law for determining temperature at given pressure by use of MS excel and plotting graph from the given data.

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