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    Temperature, Pressure and Heat

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    A constant volume (ideal) gas thermometer has a pressure of 62 kPa at 100 oC. What is its pressure at 197 oC to the nearest kPa?

    If the pressure in the thermometer above was 109 kPa, to the nearest celsius degree what is the temperature?

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    A constant volume (ideal) gas thermometer has a pressure of 62 kPa at 100 oC. What is its pressure at 197 oC to the nearest kPa?

    Solution. P1=62kpa, T1=100oC=373K
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    This solution measures the pressure at 197 oC to the nearest kPa. The pressure in the thermometer is determined.

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