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# How to convert to moles not at standard temperature and pressure?

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## Answer

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###### 04/25/2009

Use the ideal gas law, PV=nRT.

P= pressure

V= volume

n= number of moles

R= gas law constant

T= temperature

If you have P, V, R, T then you can solve for "n" to find the number of moles. There are a number of ways and variations that you can go about finding the number of moles, but all would involve the ideal gas law or a similar formula.

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