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One method of removing CO2(g) from a spacecraft is to allow therm CO2 to react with LiOH. 2 LiOH(s) + CO2(g)->Li2CO3(s) +H2O(l) How many liters of CO2(g) at 24.7 degC and 753 Torr can be removed per 5 kg of LiOH consumed?

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  1. anonymous
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    alright Start with factor label going from lioh to co2 then plug that number into your ideal gas law.

  2. anonymous
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    have tried but couldnt get it,dont know if the problem is from conversions

  3. anonymous
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    well give me to molar mass for co2 and lioh and i will try.

  4. anonymous
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    CO2 IS 44.011G/MOL

  5. anonymous
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    LiOh->23.948

  6. anonymous
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    \[5000 g LIoh (\frac{1 mole LiOH}{23.948})(\frac{1 mole CO_2}{2 mole LiOH})=104.4 moles CO_2\] Now plug in 104.4 moles of CO2 into the equation PV=nRT

  7. anonymous
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    Solve for V

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    thanks,my mastering chemistry just accepted the answer...thanks alot :)

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    whats my mastering chemistry?

  10. anonymous
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    an online assignment...i have one question remaining to finish up,dont know if u can help me as well

  11. anonymous
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    I can try

  12. anonymous
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    I'll be back in a few min and take a look at it for you

  13. anonymous
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    The u_rms of H2 molecules at 273K is 1.84*10^3 m/s At what temperature is u_rms for H2 1.9 times greater than this value?

  14. anonymous
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    Sorry i have never heard of the term U_rms

  15. anonymous
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    ok no problem...thanks for your help and consign

  16. anonymous
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    it means root mean square

  17. anonymous
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    dont understand what the did

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