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    Application of Charles's Law (one of the derived basic gas laws) to calculate volume at a different temperature.

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    A certain mass of calcium carbide, CaC2, reacts completely with water to produce 64.5 L of acetylene, C2H2, at 50 degrees C and 1 atm. If the same reactants react completely at 300 degrees C and 1 atm, what will be the volume of acetylene?

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    First, we have to realize that the pressure is unchanged, thus the volume and the temperature are the only variables. The gas law, which is derived for constant ...