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Calcualate the volume of 0.300mol of gas at 60 degrees C and 0.821atm.

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    The local atmospheric pressure is 560 mm Hg. what is the pressure in pascals? Do you think you are at sea level or higher than sea level?

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    1 atm = 760 mm Hg.
    101,325 Pascals (Pa) = 1 atm.

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    Use PV = nRT to calculate the volume of 0.300 mol @ 60 degrees C. Don't forget to change T to Kelvin.

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