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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by TIFFANY on Tuesday, January 9, 2007 at 6:57pm.

calculate the density of NO3 gas at 0.970mm Hg and 35C

Take 1 liter.

calculate n in PV=nRT
then, density= mass/volume= (n*molmassNO3)/1liter.



I STILL DONT UNDERSTAND HOW TO DO IT COULD U PLEASE EXPLAIN

What don't you understand about
PV = nRT and how that fits your problem. Or is it the density part? Please be specific.

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