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Use gas laws in combination with stoichiometry to solve a variety of chemistry problems.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Rushwr can you see it now ?

  2. Rushwr
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    nop. I think there's a problem ! if u can attach the question separately as a comment it would do. That's how photon gets to me

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    Use gas laws in combination with stoichiometry to solve a variety of chemistry problems.

  4. anonymous
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    Did that work ?

  5. Rushwr
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    We can use the gas laws to help us to determine the effect of temperature, pressure, and volume on the number of moles of a gas.

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    Thank you so much :)

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    anytime !

  8. anonymous
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    I have one more, could you help me with that one if you have time ?

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    yeah sre

  10. anonymous
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    Know what STP (standard temperature and pressure) represents and how it can be used in gas law problems.

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