Solution:Concept- According to Charles' Law, a fixed mass of gas has a decreasing volume as it cools and an increasing volume as the temperature rises.
Charles' law states that, as long as the pressure stays constant, the volume of the gas increases by 1273 times from its starting volume at 0°C for every degree that the temperature rises.
At , the volume of any gas is equal to zero. If the temperature were lower, the volume would be negative, which is impossible.
Hence, the correct answer is option (1).