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  1. ...but there is more O2 present than that, so O is in excess and H2 is the limiting reactant. After the reaction there...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 22/10/2020

  2. ...the standard conditions of temperature and pressure ). The "old" standard temperature and pressure were defined as 1 atm pressure and 273.15 K. Under these...

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  3. ... of hydrogen sulfite. Since ferrous hydrogen sulfite is a gas at standard temperature and pressure , the volume of one mole is 22.4 liters. To determine the ...

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  4. ...gas law .. mw = mass / n ----> n = mass / mw... . . .definition of molar mass.. mw substitute and rearrange .. PV = (mass / mw) * RT .. mass / V = mw * P/RT...

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  5. ... (1M solutions, and 1 atm) ... (Note: temperature is NOT part of the standard conditions. You can...oxidation half-reaction n = 2 Cl2 .... pressure to molarity PV = nRT n...

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  6. The volume of 1 mole of a gas is 22.4L at standard temperature and pressure , 1 atmosphere and 0C. If you increase the pressure inside the balloons...

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  7. ... not part of what makes it " standard ." You could have standard potential at any number of temperatures as long as the solution was 1M and the pressure 1 atm. At different temperatures the reduction potentials would...

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  8. ... = 14 * 2 + 16 = 44 grams The volume of one mole of a gas at standard temperature and pressure is 22.4 liters. Let’s use the following equation to...

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  9. ...mol of carbon dioxide, 1.73 mol of sulfur dioxide, and 4.50 mol of argon all at standard temperature (273.15K) in a 10.0L vessel...10.0L P = 19.2 atm The pressure units will depend upon the value of ...

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