what is the volume of 6.34g of oxygen at 93.4 kpa and 25 degrees c

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May 25th, 2015

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May 25th, 2015
A theorem called the Ideal Gas Law allows you to calculate the volume of a gas. It is written as PV=nRT.

R is the gas constant=0.8206

Molecular mass of oxygen is 31.998

so the moles are 6.34/31.9988=0.198moles

0.198*0.8206*25c/93.4kpa

volume =43 litres



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