Problem: The freezing point of argon is - 189°C. What is its freezing point on the absolute temperature scale?a. - 136 Kb. 84 K c. 72 K d. 461 K e. 112 K 

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Temp in K = 273.15 + oC

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The freezing point of argon is - 189°C. What is its freezing point on the absolute temperature scale?

a. - 136 K

b. 84 K 

c. 72 K 

d. 461 K 

e. 112 K 


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