A sample of oxygen occupies a volume of 160 dm3 at 91° C. What will be volume of oxygen when the temperature drops to 0.00° C?
The volume of the oxygen will be 120 dm³.
This is an example of Charles' Law.
This makes sense. The final Kelvin temperature was about 25 % lower than the initial temperature. The final volume should be about 25 % (40 dm³) less than the initial volume.