# Celsius to kelvin

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## Homework Statement

At constant volume and number of moles T1/T2=P1/P2
As per ideal gas equation
So given data is T1=27 degree celcius
P1=80 Cm ,P2=120 Cm T2=?

## Homework Equations

T2=P2/P1 multiplied T1

## The Attempt at a Solution

:120 cm/80cm multiplied by 27 degree celcius
=40.5 degree celcius
It is wrong because if it is done for klelvin

120 cm/80cm multiplied by (27+273.15)[/B]
T2=450.225 K
This 450.225 K is when converted into celcius it gives 177.075 degree celcius
Thus T2=450.225 K=177.075 degree celcius "≠"40.5 degree celcius
where I am wrong?

Mentor
The 177C is correct and the 40.5C is wrong. The ideal gas law only works with Kelvin temperature and is not supposed to work with Celsius temperature.

Chet

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