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Determine the volume occupied by 0.352 mol of a gas at 25°C if the pressure is 81.8 KPa.

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PV=nRT solve for V
33.3?
lol i don't know, did you convert everything to the correct units and use the right gas constant?

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yeah
then it should be the right answer, i haven't worked it out
Should be? Or is????
is
okay, so its 33.3
if thats what you got then yes
but what if i did it wrong
then you got the wrong answer... are we really having this conversation?
What a d#ck
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haha, eh, ya
lol how am i jerk i helped you and you're asking redundant questions...
Acctually you didn't help you looked up the formula, doubt you could solve it yourself.
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lol n--ga please
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