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What volume would 1.5 $\mathrm{mol}$ of nitrogen, $\mathrm{N}_{2},$ gas occupy at standard temperature and pressure?

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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 For what? Volume? Off 1.5 more off nitrogen. Guess occupy, Add standard temperature and pressure. So this question is taken from the topic Idol Gas situation. So we have given them all soft nitrogen gas which is 1.5 moles and STP. That means it is say that the standard temperature and pressure so standard temperature and pressure, standard temperature and pressure so standard temperature and pressure. So this value is pressure is 1 80 m and the temperature is zero degrees Celsius or 2 73 Kelvin So this is the standard condition offer temperature and pressure. So we call it s STP standard temperature and pressure. So in this question, we find out the volume off nitrogen guests. So by using this equation PV physical to energy which is known as idle gas occasion so we can find out the volume so we can put the value Pressure is one. And when a team volume, we can find out number off mall is 1.5 moles and are is the gas constant and its value is 0.8 toe. One letter a t m per Calvin Permal. So that means we can. What? This value in this equation? 0.8 to 1 in 2 to 73. So on solving, we get 33.6 later. So this is the volume off nitrogen gas. So volume is 33.6 letters. So this is our answer.

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