The pressure in a car tire is 298 kilopascals at 300 Kelvin. After a long drive, the pressure becomes 325 kilopascals. Which law will you use to calculate the new temperature in the tire assuming that the volume is constant?

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  • Answer: Gay lussac's law and final temperature is 327K.

    Explanation: Gay-Lussac's Law: This law states that pressure is directly proportional to the temperature of the gas at constant volume and number of moles.

    [tex]P\propto T[/tex]     (At constant volume and number of moles)





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