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Part a) the steps are correct, but I get 0.334 moles of H2 and a volume of 7.48 L, or 7.5 L after rounding to two sig-figs. For part b), I get 1.645 atm, or 1.6 rounded to two sig-figs.

1 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 04/05/2019

... produced = (1.47 mol) Ć (2/3) = 0.98 mol Molar volume of

**STP**= 22.4 L/mol Volume of COā measured at**STP**...2 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 01/05/2019

Use the relationship: P1V1/T1 = P2V2/T2 You just need to make sure that units are consistent and that temperatures are in Kelvin: P1 = 320 torr/760 torr/atm = 0.421 atm T1 = 279 K T2 = 230...

1 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 30/04/2019

...mass of Oā = 16.0 Ć 2 g/mol = 32.0 g/mol Molar volume of a gas at

**STP**= 22.4 L/mol Suppose it is at**STP**. Volume...3 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 30/04/2019

... some of the fluid from the reservoir with a turkey baster and adding some

**STP**oil additive. This stuff will thicken the fluid up and allow less of it to slip...3 Answers Ā· Cars & Transportation Ā· 19/04/2019

... = 38.00 mL, Tā = (273.2 + 25.5) K = 298.7 K

**STP**: Pā = 760 mmHg, Vā = ? mL, Tā = 273.2 K...1 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 03/04/2019

(8.91 g)/(44.0 g/mol) = 0.2025 moles. At

**STP**, one mole occupies 22.414L, so the 0.2025 moles would occupy...1 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 11/03/2019

At

**STP**, 1 mole of any gas has a volume of 22.4 L. So: 0.5 mol Ne X (22.4 L / 1 mol Ne) = 11.2 mol N2 b and c will have exactly the same answer. You should be able to do d. quite easily.1 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 26/02/2019

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8 Answers Ā· Society & Culture Ā· 15/02/2019

1) a. Are in constant motion 2) d. 6.02 x 10^23 3) In order to answer this question you need to know the vapor pressure of water at 40Ā°C. The source below says 55.3 torr, which equals 7.37 kPa. 100.2 kPa - 7.37 kPa = 92.8 kPa So none of the...

1 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 15/02/2019

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