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... = 20% H mass of C in the sample = 1.34 - .2678 = 1.0722 g

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At 20 °C and 101.325 kPa, dry air has a density of 1.2041 kg/m3. Volume=8*6*4=192m3 density = mass / volume mass = density*volume mass=1.2041*192 mass =231.1872 kg

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You can take your pick. The US Bureau of Standards says 760 mm Hg

**and**20 degrees Celsius. The International ...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/11/2009

...=T If T increases

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.... Using the "

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...common standard is 20 °C (293.15 K, 68 °F) STP ( Standard Pressure and Temperature ), from wikipedia: In chemistry, standard condition for temperature and pressure (informally...

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### if i have 44.8 liters of nitrogen gas at

**standard temperature and pressure**, how much will it weigh?44.8 l is 2 moles of gas. One mole of diatomic nitrogen gas (N2) would mass 28 g. Twice that is 56 g. Seems to me the answer ought to be (B).

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...you just have to look up any thermodynamic table on that gas/liquid. http://www.astm.org/ Standards /D4651.htm I would think any working fluid used would be used at a

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