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  1. ... rather than degrees C. Second, make sure you know what standard temperature and pressure is. Finally, you need to know the specific heat of neon. This...

    5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/07/2013

  2. Standard pressure is 1 atmosphere, standard temperature is the freezing point of water. The 22.4 is the ...

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  3. STP is 25 degrees C and 760 mm Hg (1 atmosphere of pressure ) 25 degrees C is: 273.15 degrees K plus 25 = 298.15 degrees K 760 mm Hg = 406.79372 in h20

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19/09/2009

  4. For proper comparison across the world we need to set what room temp is . STP is 20oC which is 68oF or 293oK and 1 atm[atmosphere, sea level] air pressure , also expressed in psi or mmHg or Torr

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/05/2011

  5. if the P, V, and T are all constant, then so is the moles... PV...

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  6. ..., for example, at the Standard Atmosphere (the average on earth) of 15 C and 1013,25 hPa, a cubic... higher the temperature and the higher the pressure , the more water it can sustain...

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  7. What are my choices? Are you working with ideal gases?

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  8. ... It is similar to the definition that one mole of any gas at standard conditions, is 22.4 litres. As for option (d), at the same temperature and pressure , the energy per molecule will be about the same. Sulfur dioxide is a...

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  9. Which following? STP, 1 atm, 273 K otherwise stated, 0oC, 760mm Hg

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  10. They are proportional as long as you use absolute temperature and absolute pressure . Double the temperature and the pressure doubles. Example...

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