## anonymous one year ago I am having trouble on my chemistry paper!?!?

1. anonymous

The formula is |dw:1443647233260:dw|

2. anonymous

no offense but why are you doing chemistry in the math section(still willing to help tho)

3. anonymous

The question is At a pressure of 780 mmhg and 24.2 a gas has a volume of 350 ml. what will the volume of this gas be under STP?

4. anonymous

Because it involves algebra

5. Rizags

plug all that info in for p1, t1, and v1 respectively, then use your reference table to plug in p2 and t2 (stp) and finally, solve for v2

6. anonymous

ok. I will let you know if i got it or not

7. Rizags

ok, because i forgot what stp is (and it also varies according to reference table you're using)

8. anonymous

I understand the most part of it now

9. anonymous

|dw:1443665780854:dw|

You may get better help if you post this in the Chemistry section.

11. sweetburger

what is 24.2 stand for in your question that you wrote you left it unitless

12. anonymous

it stands for 24.2 degrees celcius

13. sweetburger

ok so using the equation you wrote ill help you start. You must realize at stp that the temperature is 273K and 760mmhg so now we can plug these values in|dw:1443666258317:dw|

14. sweetburger

760mmhg is standard pressure*

15. anonymous

ok

16. sweetburger

now just solve for (x)ml