Q: What volume is occupied by 10.0 grams N2 at 30 degrees Celsius and a pressure of 750 torr?

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A fixed quantity of gas at a constant pressure exhibits a temperature of 27 degrees Celsius and occupies a volume of 10.0 L. Use Charles's law to calculate: the temperature of the gas in degrees Celsius in atmospheres if the volume is increased to 16.0 L

468ml

A sample of argon gas at a pressure of 715 mmHg and a temperature of 26 degrees Celsius occupies a volume of 8.97 L. If the gas is heated at a constant pressure of 71 degrees Celsius, what will be the volume of the gas sample (in liters)

1556mmHg

The volume (at 20 degrees celsius and a pressure of 1 atmosphere) is 107.7mL. Both changes in temperature or pressure will change the answer.

8 is the new volume of the gas.

Pv/t = pv/t

136.73 mL

By decreasing the pressure with the volume kept constant.

.3125mol*.0821LatmKmol*298K/1.00atm = 7.65L

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1 mL

8. Two cubic meters of a gas at 30 degrees Celsius are heated at a constant pressure until the volume doubles. What is the final temperature of the gas? 60.

60 cubic meters.

The melting temperature of a substance is dependent upon the pressure and specific volume. The melting temperature of liquid at standard pressure of 1atm (~100kPa) is 0 degrees Celsius.

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25 ml. The volume would not change. Now pressure on the other hand...

6.0 L

26.3mL BY FORMULA, P1V1/T1=P2V2/T2

The volume occupied by 2,50 moles of gas at 98,5 psi and 98,5 degrees F is 9,49 L.

5...The volume of 4.0 cubic meters of gas is kept under constant pressure. Its temperature is increased from a minus 73 degrees Celsius to 127 degrees Celsius. What is the new volume of the gas? 8 cubic meters...

STP means standard temperature and pressure and VTP means volume temperature and pressure oh and btw standard temperature and pressure is 0 degrees Celsius and 1 atmosphere

P1V1/T1 = P2V2/T2Assuming only temperature and volume are changing and pressure will be kept constant:V1/T1 = V2/T2Only Kelvin can be usedV1/273 = V2/523Assume the volume at 0 ÂºC is 1 unit thenV2 = 1.92 units

Strange question. Volume? Perhaps density. There is no answer.

+4 degrees celsius