Nitrogen gas at stp, 101.3 kPa has a volume of 0.080 m^3. If there are 3.6 mol of the gas, what is the temperature?

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Nitrogen gas at stp, 101.3 kPa has a volume of 0.080 m^3. If there are 3.6 mol of the gas, what is the temperature?

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Use the Gas equation, PV=nRT P=101300 Pa V=0.080 m^3 n=3.6 R=8.314
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@shubham.bagrecha quick question, I got the answer but would if be in Celsius or Kelvin? Celsius, right?

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ofcourse in Kelvin,as all other values are in SI so Temp. will also be in SI units.

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