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The question is: .33 moles of H2 gas at 135 kPa and 14.2 degrees Celsius would occupy a volume of how many Liters? What equation would I use to solve this?

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  1. anonymous
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    I don't remember the name of the equation but you would use: PV=nRt pressure(volume)=# of moles(8.31 L*kpa/K*mol)(temp) so your formula should look like: 135 kpa(v)=.33(8.31)(287.2K) (I got the temp by adding 273 to the degrees celsius)

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