Need chemistry help: you have a 5 liter container with 1.30x10^24 molecules of ammonia gas

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(NH3) at STP how many molecules of argon gas (Ar) are in an identical container at the same temperature and pressure?

1.30x10^24molecules

6.02x10^23molecules

6.02x10^24 molecules

2.00x10^23molecules

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madushan
School: Carnegie Mellon University

Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!

we have to use gay lussac's law to answer the question

it says

@ same temperture .pressure and same volume of different gases has same number of mols.

so the number of molecules of Ar also= 1.30x10^24 molecules

Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.

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