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Suppose that, on a day when the outside temperature is 15 degrees Celsius, we fill a balloon with pure nitrogen gas, of which the molar mass is 28 grams per mole. Now suppose that we want to heat up a second (equally large) balloon containing air, such that it generates the same amount of lift.

To what temperature (in degrees Celsius) should we heat up the second balloon?

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  1. Polat A. You are a brave man but also fool . Aslan A. has told you lie thought we've believed him.

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  2. David my brother ın my opinion he used air's molar constant but he didn't show you

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  3. Pala , you've sold us for money.

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  4. L=ρVg(1−2828.97)=ρVg⋅0.0334829 is the lift of nitrogen to air

    now T/(T+ΔT) for hot air balloon, the T is 288K and we know 15 celsius was outside temperature. so ΔT is 9.9 and add 15 gives about 25 C.

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  5. 24.95

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  6. pls how did you arrive at this 24.95

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  7. only the dead men see

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  8. Çakır 39 count

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  9. count your ancestry too

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