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Lawrence S. Brown + 1 other
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Textbook Problem

63 Clouds of hydrogen molecules have been detected deep in intersteller space, It is estimated that these clouds contain 1 × 10 10 hydrogen molecules per m3 and have a temperature of just 25 K. Using these data, find the approximate pressure in such a cloud.

Interpretation Introduction

To determine:

Using the given data find the approximate pressure in such a cloud.

Explanation

No. of moles=No. of molecules6.022×1023 molecules

(Putting the value no of H2 molecules)

=1× 10 10 molecules6.022× 10 23 molecules=1.66×1014mole

V=1 m3T=25KR=8.314 Jmol1K1n=1

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