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Calculate the volume occupied (a) 16 g of O2. (b) 1.5 mole of N2. (c) 6.02 * 10^20 molecules.

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Volume occupied?? Level of difficultly increasing for me with each your question.. Ha ha ha..
:P .. so we'll both study together !
1 mole of 02 = 22.4 L

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Would we use this concept here ??
okay .. is this like one mole = 6.023810^23 molecules . mole of an atom or compound = 22.4 L ?
lol .. you asking me ?
No I am not asking.. Ha ha ha..
then ?
Use this: 1 mole of 02 = 22.4 L 32g = 22.4 find for 16 g..
Again 16g is half of 32g remember..
okay .. so 22.4 * 16 / 32 = 358.4/32 = 11.2 L correct ?
Yep..
okay :)
Do the same for b part..
okay !
Do not convert that into grams..
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Well Done...
:D
I think you can do for third one also..
let me try !
Sure take your time..
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my hand writing is not so worse actually !
@waterineyes checking time :P
Then give me that. Ha ha ha..
what ? .. the hand writing ?
is my answer correct ?
Small mistake can you find out ?? Give me that checking time..
oh .. take it :)
Can you find your mistake?? Look for very last step you did ..
no .. :/
its not the whole divided huh ?
you better say :)
You did the steps correctly. But there is mistake in solving part..
\[\frac{22.4}{1000} = ??\]
0.0224
is'nt it 22.4 / 100 ?
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wow .. am scared !
\[\large \frac{10^{20}}{10^{23}} = ??\]
okay .. 1000
Be careful: \[\large \frac{x^a}{x^b} = x^{a-b}\]
It is not 1000 but 1/1000..
okay !
thanks :D
Welcome dear..

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