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When the ideal gas law is arranged as shown below, what property of the gas is being solved for (represented by the X)?
x equals nRT over V
Moles
Pressure
Temperature
Volume

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- Rushwr

Hey that is pressure

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- Rushwr

cuz we all know this equation right ?\[PV=nRT\]

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thanks

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can you answer another question?

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What is the volume of 2.10 moles of chlorine gas (Cl2) at 273 K and 1.00 atm?
10.7 L
22.4 L
47.1 L
82.0 L

- Rushwr

when u rearrange it it's like this!\[P= \frac{ nRT }{ V }\]

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yeah

- Rushwr

SO there we have to subject VOlume in the equation right? So this is the equation where u have to substitute the numbers.\[V=\frac{ nRT }{ P }\]

- Rushwr

we know the no. of moles , pressure , temperature and of course the universal gas constant R which is equal to 8.314 J\[K ^{-1}mol ^{-1}\]

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so the answer would be d? @Rushwr

- Rushwr

nop C Substitute and see u will get C

- anonymous

thanks c is correct! @Rushwr

- Rushwr

ur welcome And also I have one more thing the answer u get from that should be divided by 1000 to convert it to liters okai?

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