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If the temperature of an object is 335 K, how would this be expressed on the Celsius scale? A. 608°C B. 273°C C. 62°C D. 37°C
If the temperature of an object is 335 K, it would be 62°C on the Celsius scale.
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The following statement is not accurate: At constant temperature, increasing the number of gas particles in a given space will decrease the number of collisions on the walls of the container.
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