The volume of a sample of a gas at 273°C is 200.0 L. If the volume is decreased to 100.0 L at constant pressure, what will be the new temperature of the gas?
Charles' Law states that when pressure is held constant, the temperature and volume of a gas are directly proportional, so that if one goes up, so does the other. Note: The temperature needs to be in Kelvins.
The equation for Charles' Law is
Rearrange the equation to isolate