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How many moles of helium, He, gas are contained in a $10,000$ L weather balloon at 1 atm and $10^{\circ} \mathrm{C} ?$

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Chemistry 101

Chapter 12

Concentrating Matter

Section 3

Ideal Gas Law

Intro to Chemistry

Atoms, Molecules and Ions

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in problem six. We find out the number off more soft, William, Guess and we have given volume that is 10,000 Luter. And also pressure is 1. 80 m and the temperature is 10 degrees Celsius. So which we converse in tow. Calvin 2 73 last 10. That means toe 83. Calvin is still temperature off a guess so basically, this question is taken from the topic Ideal guest law. So we can use the ideal gas situation that is PV sickle to NRT in order to find out the number off months off William guests And we know that artist gas constant which its value is 0.8 to 1 later at PM park Calvin Permal So using identical situation. Okay, using ideal guess equation, that is PV physical Tow n rt ive physical to energy where p is the pressure. We is the volume and is the number of small artist gas constant and tasty temperature. So we can put all the values of pressure is 1 80 m volume is 10,000 later. So volume is 10,000 later and number off more. We can we find out and are 0.8 to 1 into temperature is 2 83. So on solving we get number off. More physical toe. 4 30 points. 39 mold and all units are canceled. We get only mold. So number off mall off, William. Guess so we can say that the number off number off malls off. Helium gas is 4 30.39 model. So this is our final answer. So we find out the number off mall off helium guess.

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