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one mole of any gas will occupy 22.4 liters
If I could find it in my textbook I would have. OS is my last resort. I don't expect people to do my homework @panlac01
I am still looking for a textbook for quick and dirty tips on chemistry to upload on my website. I think not until this fall when I get an access to mastering courses
@rebeccaskell94 Please check this, you'll understand how it's 22.4 liters http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/kinetic/idegas.html
ay yai yai
So If it is one molecule at N2 do I just multiply but 2 or?
I don't think that is right. 28 is not an option
@karatechopper are you good at this?
Beccs i am only starting bio :) far from chem
darn lol anyone else you know that is good?
easy one and u dont know how to do it
I need help not patronization. Thanks
ok ill help you out
do u know the mole formula
I haven't been studying chemistry for long
Moles = Volume( in dm3) / 24
no but damn it it is an ideal case
"1 mole of an ideal gas at STP has volume = 22.4 L"
^^ thats ur answer
u wanna know how u get it
PV = nRT;at STP:T = 273K , P = 1 atm V/n = RT/P = (0.08206 Latm/moleK) x (273K) / (1 atm) = 22.4 L/mole
thats it i guess
so...much. @ . @