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# How do you find the volume if you have the pressure and temperature?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### September 02, 2012 9:06PM

Use general gas law: **V = n.R.T / p**

in which:

n = number of moles (to be filled in)

R = gas constant = **8.20*10-2** (L.atm.K-1.mol-1)

T = tempeature (K) = **273** K (stand.T)

p = pressure (atm) = **1.00** atm (stand.P)

then the calculated volume is in **Liter**

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