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A gas occupies 2.2L at 425 kPa . Determine its volume at standard pressure. The temperature does not change. 9.2 L.

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A gas occupies 2.2L at 425 kPa. Determine its volume at standard pressure. The temperature does not change.



At room temperature (21°C), the pressure of carbon dioxide in an unopened soda can is 207kPa. Find the pressure of the carbon dioxide in the soda can if left in the trunk of a car on a hot summer day (72°).


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355K temperature will it expand to 20.5L at a pressure of 595mmHg?



6.54L 115kPa.



202K at 125kPa?


  • What at 125kPa?mass of hydrogen gas was collected in a eudiometer if the volume was 35.2mL, the temperature was 23°C and the pressure of the dry hydrogen was 94.2kPa?


0.00270g at 125kPa?


A student blows up a balloon to a volume of 23.1L at 21.4°C. He then places the balloon in an ice water bath, where the temperature is 2.5°C.

Find the new volume of the balloon.


21.6L 21.4°C. He then places the balloon in an ice water bath, where the temperature is 2.5°C.



7.8L volume at STP.



96.4 pressure in the room is 99.2kPa. The water vapor pressure at 23°C is 2.8kPa. Find the pressure of the dry hydrogen gas.kPa



  • A. hydrogen pressure in the room is 99.2kPa. The water vapor pressure at 23°C is 2.8kPa. Find the pressure of the dry hydrogen gas.





helium tanks at 24°C and 795mmHg.





2.05 g/L tanks at 24°C and 795mmHg.



1.8 g/L tanks at 24°C and 795mmHg.



131.3 g/ 2.44L at 94kPa and 24°C.mol

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