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Asked Nov 5, 2019

Using the ideal gas equation: PV = nRT, calculate the volume (in liters) a 3.1 mol sample of a gas occupies at 21.8 °C and 2.5 atm.

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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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Given data:

Number of moles of gas 3.1 mol
Pressure 2.5 atm
Temperature 21.8 °C
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Number of moles of gas 3.1 mol Pressure 2.5 atm Temperature 21.8 °C

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The conversion of oC to K is...

The conversion of °C to K is shown below
T(K) T(°C)+273.15
(21.8+273.15) K
294.95 K
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The conversion of °C to K is shown below T(K) T(°C)+273.15 (21.8+273.15) K 294.95 K

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