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hexafluoride (SF6), which is much heavier than methane or butane?A.The volume of SF6 would be larger, and this would affect the pressure in the flask.B.The relationship between temperature and volume would be inversely proportional for a gas of higher molecular weight.C.The relationship between temperature and volume would be directly proportional, just as it was for methane and butane
.D.The speed of the SF6 gas molecules would be faster, causing a difference in the temperature measurements.Below is a graph of the change in volume of methane as a function of temperature. What is the relationship between the volume of methane and the temperature?
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