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Posted by madison on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 12:55pm.

4. Use the pressure of the butane gas (your answer from question #3 above), along with the temperature and volume recorded in the lab, to determine the moles of butane gas collected in the lab. You will use the ideal gas law (and the ideal gas constant, R) for this calculation; just make sure that all of the measurements have the correct units necessary for the calculation.

temp=297 k volume=90 ml

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