Posted by Freddo on .
Hi
Can anyone explain how to calculate the density in g l 1 of a gaseous oxide at STP.
I don't understand the term g l 1 !!
Thank You
"g l1" should have the 1 as a superscript, meaning g l^1, or g/l. It means they want the density in grams per liter. There are 22.4 liters per mole for any gas at STP, except for some minor deviations for nonideal gases. Divide the molecular weight, which is the number of grams per mole, by 22.4 liters/mole.
In terms of the dimensions,
(grams/mole)/(liters/mole) = (grams/liter)
Thank you very much...understand the question now :)

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