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Find the pressure of 3.40 $\mathrm{mol}$ of gas if the gas temperature is $40.0^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$ and the gas volume is 22.4 $\mathrm{L}$

3.9 $\mathrm{atm}$

Chemistry 101

Chapter 12

Concentrating Matter

Section 3

Ideal Gas Law

Intro to Chemistry

Atoms, Molecules and Ions

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in problem. Five. Find the pressure off 3.40 moles off a gas if gas temperature is 40 degrees Celsius and gas volume is 22.4 letters. So this question is taken from the topic Ideal gas law. So we find out pressure with the help of for this equation that is known as ideal gas equation TV Physical tow N rt. We're PC pressure with the volume and is the number off more artist gas constant and tasty temperature off the gas Gas Constant value is 0.821 liter 8 p.m. per Calvin Permal. So we convert this temperature in tow. Calvin So 40 plus 2 73 which is equal to 313 Kelvin. So put these value in this formula be physical to energy her and represents the moles off a gas which is 3.40 mold that is given in the question. Now we can put all the value and find out the pressure. So P in 2 22.4 is equal. Toe end is 3.40 r, 0.21 and 2313 So on solving. We can find out the pressure, which is approximate 3.98 p. M. So we can say that the pressure off a gas is 3.9. So the pressure off guess is 3.9 8 p.m. So this is our answer.

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