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. A 2.00-g sample of SX (g) has a volume of 329.5 cm3 at 1.00 atm and 20 °C. Identify
element X and name the compound.
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mtio isSaana ao Uo kum
Whem neact inuolue
1 260
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. A 2.00-g sample of SX (g) has a volume of 329.5 cm3 at 1.00 atm and 20 °C. Identify element X and name the compound. Thne of Gay Lussak gaoa0 mtio isSaana ao Uo kum Whem neact inuolue 1 260 O

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Step 1

Ideal gas equation is also known as gas density equation. The ideal gas equation is shown below.

PV = nRT
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PV = nRT

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Step 2

Given data:

Mass of sample = 2.0 g
Volume of sample 329.5 cm*
=0.3295 L
Pressure 1 atm
Temperature 20 °C
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Mass of sample = 2.0 g Volume of sample 329.5 cm* =0.3295 L Pressure 1 atm Temperature 20 °C

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Step 3

The conversion of oC to K is...

T(K) T(°C)+273.15
=(20+273.15) K
293.15 K
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T(K) T(°C)+273.15 =(20+273.15) K 293.15 K

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