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  1. ... Nitrogen will expand to approximately 700 litres of nitrogen gas at standard temperature and pressure , STP. [1] Regardless of which cryogen is being ...

    12 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/02/2010

  2. A gram mole of any gas occupies 22.4 litres of volume at standard temperature & pressure (at what you mentioned). Oxygen is diatomic & hence each molecule...

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  3. ... properties Undiluted ozone is a pale blue gas at standard temperature and pressure ; it forms a dark blue liquid below −112 °C and a violet-black solid below...

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  4. ... Nitrogen will expand to approximately 700 litres of nitrogen gas at standard temperature and pressure , STP. [1] Liquid Nitrogen and Argon will also be...

    16 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/02/2010

  5. ... air molecules in contact with vibrating matter may absorb and re radiate photons of a certain wavelength" totally false etc.

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  6. ...... One gram of matter, the weight of one milliliter of water at standard temperature and pressure , if converted to energy would equal nearly 25 million kilowatts of energy...

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  7. ...of 10 parsecs (the standard luminosity distance) from the observer, and then ask the question of "... more thermal pressure that pushes the fuel...power of fusion. The temperature is a result of thermal...

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  8. ...star characteristics, like temperature and luminosity (from which we can get photosphere...such a planet's atmospheric surface pressure or composition. In few ... use Earth atmosphere standard as the ASSUMED pressure of...

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  9. Standard duct tape you buy at the store won't work. The adhesive is not stable in the low pressures and extreme temperatures of space. So of course NASA made a kind of multipurpose sticky tape that...

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  10. ...22.4 liters of gas (if I remember correctly from high school chemistry) at standard pressure and temperature . 22.4 l = 22,400 ml, so 6.022x 10^23 / 224 is how many molecules...

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