Number of Molecules A sealed room in a hospital, measuring m wide, m long, and m high, is filled with pure oxygen. One cubic meter contains L, and L of any gas contains molecules (Avogadro’s number). How many molecule of oxygen are there in the room?
The numbers of oxygen molecules are there in the room.
A sealed room in a hospital, measuring 5m wide, 10m long, and 3m high, is filled with pure oxygen. One cubic meter contains , and of any gas contains molecules.
First, we have to calculate the volume of sealed room.
Now, we have to calculate the number of molecules of oxygen in the room.
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