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iven each of the following sets of values for three of the gas Variables, calculate the unknown quantity. msp; a . P = 1 .0 34 atm ; V = 21 . 2 mL ; n = 0.00 432 mol ; T = ? K b . P = ? atm ; V = 1 . 73 mL ; n = 0.000 115 mol ; T = 182 K c . P = 1 . 23 mm Hg ; V = ? L ; n = 0. 773 mol ; T = 152 ° C

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Publisher: Cengage Learning
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ISBN: 9781285199030
Chapter 13, Problem 130AP
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iven each of the following sets of values for three of the gas Variables, calculate the unknown quantity.

msp;  a . P =  1 .0 34 atm ; V =  21 . 2 mL ; n =   0.00 432 mol ; T =   ?  K b . P =   ?  atm ; V =  1 . 73 mL ; n =   0.000 115 mol ; T =  182 K c . P =  1 . 23 mm Hg ; V =   ?  L ; n =   0. 773 mol ; T =  152  ° C

Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

To interpret the value of temperature of gas with the help of ideal gas equation.

Concept Introduction:

The pressure, volume and temperature for ideal gas can be calculated with the help of ideal gas. The ideal gas equation is as given below:

PV = nRT

Here R is gas constant that value is 0.0821 L. atm / K. mol.

Explanation of Solution

Given information:

P = 1.034 atm

V = 21.2 mL = 0.0212 L (1 mL=0.001 L)

n = 0.00432 mole

Plug the values in ideal gas equation;

PV = nRT

1.034 atm × 0.0212 L = 0.00432 mol × 0.0821 L. atm / K. mol × T

T = 1

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

To interpret the value of pressure of gas with the help of ideal gas equation.

Concept Introduction:

The pressure, volume and temperature for ideal gas can be calculated with the help of ideal gas. The ideal gas equation is as given below:

PV = nRT

Here R is gas constant that value is 0.0821 L. atm / K. mol.

Interpretation Introduction

(c)

Interpretation:

To interpret the value of volume of gas with the help of ideal gas equation.

Concept Introduction:

The pressure, volume and temperature for ideal gas can be calculated with the help of ideal gas. The ideal gas equation is as given below:

PV = nRT

Here R is gas constant that value is 0.0821 L. atm / K. mol.

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