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A chemist is preparing to carry out a reaction at high pressure that requires 36.0 mol of hydrogen gas. The chemist pumps the hydrogen into a 15.5L rigid steel container at 25 degrees Celcius. To what pressure (in atmospheres) must the hydrogen be compressed? What would be the density of the high-pressure hydrogen?

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    PV=nRT calculate P

    density=moles*molmassH2/volume

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    thank you so much!

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