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What pressure is exerted by 0.625 mol of a gas in a 45.4 L container at -24.0ºC

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    My chemistry is rusty, but since this is urgent, try this...

    pV=nRT

    45.4 L (p)= 0.625 (R) (-24 +273)

    R= gas constant
    T has to be changed into degrees Kelvin

    then solve for p

    I think it's right

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